Camping is a lot of fun! Just think: you can spend time in nature with friends and family, enjoying barbecues and card games. The only downside is trying to maintain the campfire. You just want to sit and enjoy the fire, but you still have to get up once in a while to put more wood on. It can be a hassle, especially if you’re using the fire to keep warm while you sleep.
Luckily, there is now a way to build a clever self-feeding fire than can burn up to fourteen hours with little to no help from you.
With a campfire this efficient, everyone can sit back and relax as the fire takes care of itself. It’s even said to withstand rain, which is pretty amazing.
Thanks to former biology teacher turned outdoor enthusiast and YouTuber Bob Hansler, you can watch the video below to learn how to build a fire that will last fourteen hours.
Try it out on your next camping trip and see how it holds up!
How To Build A Self-Feeding Fire That Burns For 14 Hours Plus!
Wednesday, June 22, 2016