How To Build A Self-Feeding Fire

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How To Build A Self Feeding Fire

Self-Feeding Fire

My favorite part about camping is to sitting by a camping fire and doing nothing. However, usually the camping fire usually lasts about a couple hours before you need to throw new logs on the fire. Can the fire last longer without I need to stoke the fire?

Sure. this video tutorial shows you how to build a self-feeding fire that last very long. You stack the logs on a V-shaped rack, and set fire on the bottom logs. As the logs on the bottom break down, the next ones roll in and take their place because of gravity. Therefore you don’t have to keep stoking the fire. It takes more effort to build the fire, but that’s a plan for a long-lasting fire.

A reminder that you may not leave a burning fire unattended, which is the number one cause of forest fires.

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