One of the best family vacations can be a camping family camping, of course, always involves a campfire. Most campers seem to manage building a campfire when the weather is clear and the wood supply is dry, but watching some people trying to build a campfire on a rainy day is often to view futility at its maximum. Read more about flameless lighter.
So, here are some suggestions on making the job of starting a campfire less traumatic:
1). Be Prepared. Don’t go to a campground expecting wood to be provided (although some do, so be sure to find out first). Also, don’t expect dry trees to be lying around waiting for you. In fact, many campgrounds do not allow you to burn natural trees–neither fallen, nor standing dead. Determine where your wood supply will come from, even if you have to bring it yourself.
2.) Water is Your … Read More