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Popular Firebuilding Blogs Building a Campfire

by Curtis on April 24, 2013 with 0 comments

Building a fire right, the first time, is key to having an enjoyable experience in the great outdoors. Whether with friends or enjoying the solitude of the wild, it’s always harder to fix a fire once its gone awry than to spend a few extra minutes covering your bases. Here are some popular blogs on …

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Creating a Low Maintenance Campfire Building a Campfire

by Curtis on April 10, 2013 with 0 comments

Building a campfire that requires little maintenance involves a few important steps. They are not difficult or arduous to do, but it’s easy to  make a mistake if you’re not paying attention. Tinder and Kindling at the bottom – Tinder and kindling should form a stack at the bottom of the firewood and be loosely surrounded …

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A Better Way to Stack Your Campfires Building a Campfire

by Curtis on April 3, 2013 with 1 comments

Proper stacking is very important when starting a fire. It can mean the difference between a fast starting fire using minimal kindling and a frustrating experience that may not get off the ground. When starting your fire, whatever you are using for kindling, start with the smallest pieces of seasoned (dry) firewood you can find. …

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A Better Fire Experience Building a Campfire

by Curtis on March 20, 2013 with 0 comments

Starting a fire can be challenging and time-consuming, whether camping in the woods or merely roasting marshmallows in the back yard. Once the wood has been collected and the fire lit, it still requires tending or it will burn out. Unstable piling of logs can further complicate this process, jeopardizing more than just marshmallows. In …

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