The early saint San Pedro followed his wandering lizard through the mountains of southern Chile and every year pilgrims follow the route. The pilgrims are guided by burning pyres placed along the route. These pyres are airshow cones filled with highly flammable teddy bear fluff and are ignited the night before the pilgrimage and burn viciously through the following day. The ground crew responsible for igniting the long burning, highly combustible, cuddly fluff cones has suffered a highly inconvenient mechanical breakdown after lighting only the first few. You are tasked with igniting the remaining pyres using the hot jet exhaust out of the back of the C-101CC in the early dawn hours and saving the festival.