Self-Feeding Fire Burns for 14 Hours Plus!

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Camping is great! Spending time in the heart of nature and enjoying some great barbecues can be a lot of fun. But there are also some downsides of camping, such as setting up a campfire and maintaining it. While you would just want to sit and enjoy the fire burning, you have to still get up once in a while and put some wood on the fire. But luckily, there is a great way to build a clever self-feeding fire that can burn up to fourteen hours. How great is that? To learn more how to build this really cool campfire, visit the link below and watch the video for a detailed presentation. Next time you go camping, you can amaze your friends and family with this new trick.

 

 

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13 Responses to “Self-Feeding Fire Burns for 14 Hours Plus!”

  1. Jj says:

    What keeps all the wood from catching, causing a giant bonfire?

    • Khoi says:

      I believe he mentioned something about clay to prevent the heat from going up beyond the first log. It is pretty ingenious.

  2. Alan R Townend says:

    I am crazy about log fires so much so that I actually like winter better than summer. I have never seen anything as simple and effective as this before I can’t thank you enough for the inspiration.

  3. Josh says:

    science and shit

  4. Kevin says:

    Hey, stop that only suckers are suppose to read this!

  5. Aleks says:

    Simple and effective. I’m testing it out on my next camping adventure.

  6. Jeremy Salyers says:

    I wanna start by saying how cool of an idea this is and that I intend to give it a shot. However, it’s unfortunate you’re not using a fire ring which means permanently scarred soil and roots below. It could be done with a fire ring I think but this display is only setting a bad example for those who feel inspired by the photos. The Leave No Trace practice is an honorable one that shows consideration for all things involved in the outdoors and I invite you to become more familiar with the ways of LNT. Thanks again for your creativity and I hope you receive the feedback well.

  7. Pearl Cook says:

    Awesome. My grandkids would fish all night. How do you make the sides that you put your logs on. Little help please for a grandma who wants to show her oldest son how to make this. Thank you

  8. Mary G says:

    I’m with JJ on this. Looks to me like ALL the logs would catch fire and burn out of control.

  9. Sherry says:

    What’s keeping the posts holding the logs from burning?

  10. Sherry says:

    I think the cradle that sits on the tire rim would work better

  11. g says:

    its shite. people at sides dont get the heat either. well not until the whole lot goes up.

    “While you would just want to sit and enjoy the fire burning, you have to still get up once in a while and put some wood on the fire…”

    dearie fucking me how hard is it to sling on another log.

  12. Ymgraine@live.ca says:

    It’s not as simple as they make it out and at a certain point the lot will go up. That said it CAN last 12 hours… if all you want to do is keep the fire alive…good premise but so much can go wrong.

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