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There certainly was plenty of "smoke on the water" that night. It was pretty toxic too, it eventually drove us inside the unit to get away from the smell. We could still smell it on our clothes and the deck furniture the next morning.
I forgot to mention that the night was windy and wet as well.
Imagine this scenario-me dressed in t-shirt, track pants and thick socks (no shoes) and glasses-cell phone in one hand, binoculars in the other-standing on a 3rd floor deck in the wind and rain-trying to talk to the emergency operator in a calm way.
I had to abandon the glasses to see through the binoculars that my wife was covering with a towel to keep the rain off. I finished up dripping wet and stunk from the smoke.
When it was all over I just stripped it all off there on the deck (luckily it was night time) and had a really hot soapy shower.
Oh what a fun night! At least it wasn't me who spent an hour in the cold water.
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