Makes sense in PARTS of Washington. In much of the state fire danger is low to moderate, and this year, for some insane reason, the ban went on not when the DNR ban did, but a month later, after the rain started to fall
. And I question whether banning briquets but allowing propane
ever makes sense in a park. Just because you can turn it off doesn't mean propane
can't start a fire- you can't turn the fire off with a knob. I'm going camping next week, rain is predicted half the time, but we can't use charcoal?