There are certain experiences that define summer and winter in all its glory. Bonfires provide a great atmosphere for outdoor celebration. Any season is a great time for a bonfire. A bonfire serves as the perfect place to gather and talk about the day’s catch or other events. Building a fire is one of those things that you might sort of know how to do, but don't really have to do it that often. Building a fire is actually quite simple. Here is how to do it
Find a suitable place to arrange the bonfire
Use dry combustible materials.
To fuel your campfire; you need to look for dry, combustible materials such as twigs and branches that snap easily. Collect as many combustible materials as possible. It is also very important to have tinder such as very small twigs or papers.
Tinder is usually flimsier than firewood but more combustible. Even though it may be tempting, avoid using gasoline when starting a campfire.
Construct the fire properly.
This includes laying tinder in the centre of the fire pit before arranging the fuel on it in a crisscross manner. Ensure that you layer large pieces of fuel as you build the foundation.
Light the tinder using a match or lighter. If the campfire does not kindle immediately, add tinder gradually until the fire kindles. Add larger logs gradually to build up the fire and enjoy your camping trip! Happy camping and don’t forget to fully extinguish the campfire after you are done.
Now enjoy the decent flame along with some food and beverages. Our clients can decide the place where they want to do the bonfire.
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