The forest fire continues to advance toward Stockton. With no one else able to help, Jarrod, Nick and Heath prepare to meet the fire with nitroglycerin.

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The forest fire continues to advance toward Stockton. With no one else able to help, Jarrod, Nick and Heath prepare to meet the fire with nitroglycerin.

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This is one of those episode you will remember long after viewing
15 March 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

From Part one we learned that a large forest fire is now heading for Stockton. After a crew, going to build a fire break, has their load of nitroglycerin explode on them, the Barkley boys have volunteered to take the nitro to try to save the town.

In the mean time Jarrod Heath and Nick all have small fires on their own in the form of women that they will try to put out before making the trip. This will prove to take up half the show before the boys finally get started on their dangerous trip up the mountain to form a break.

The rest of the show is classic 'Big Valley' with Jarrod, Nick and Heath playing their characters as expected, which is always a joy to watch. this is one of those episodes that you will remember the rest of your life. An interesting story with excellent acting.


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