Though several components can affect flame length and fire spread, a typical cheatgrass fire on flat terrain with wind speeds of 20 miles per hour may generate flame lengths up to eight feet in height; the fire can travel more than four miles per hour. Grass fires are dangerous because they move quickly and grasses act as ladder fuels igniting larger and more volatile vegetation.
Great job Anna!
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And here's what it does:
Mike's son is getting married soon. Toastmasters provided the perfect venue to practice his "toast" for his son and soon to be daughter-in-law. Mike provided specific examples of how well he and his family have gotten to know the bride as the couple live with them now to save money for their life together. Mike kept his composure and provided an uplifting speech. Great job Mike with your Toast!!