when he told of flame throwers in the War,
not in great detail, but just how they worked.
My mind put the horror in without any help.
He talked about how handy they would be around the farm. I always thought he made it because he invented many items to help work go easier. I didn't ask. I would watch him clear a fence row of underbrush and was amazed at the power of a small flame thrower. I could not imagine the effect a larger one had in war. Today we found it.
The cylinder is removed, diesel added, top tightened, pressure pumped,
turn the valve and light it.
The little diesel remaining was still good
but you have to pay attention to the wind direction.
This is the perfect thing for that patch of grass burrs!