Wood for campfires

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Re: Wood for campfires

Postby lrrowe » Sat Mar 05, 2016 6:31 pm

Spotman wrote:Bob, we have never had a problem with outside wood, whether it be split wood from local vendors or scrap wood from home projects. There are really good Rangers and a Camp Host here, never bothered anyone. And we have some really good fires going some nights. :twisted: 8)




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Great...thanks Bob, I will start my stack of wood now to be ready.
Bob

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Re: Wood for campfires

Postby lrrowe » Mon Mar 07, 2016 9:30 am

minstrel wrote:My kids gave me a Fire Dancer for my birthday and it works well......gives off a fair amount of heat if you set it high.

http://www.amazon.com/Convert-A-Ball-FD ... B0007R8G0W

I like the looks of those Repose Fire Logs also. One nice thing about the propane portable pit is that you can place it wherever you like....out of the wind and you don't have to keep moving to get out of the way of the smoke! :) :thumbsup:


Minstrel,
Thanks for your post. I think I like the fake log or lava rock type better for the rustic appeal at a campsite. But I do like glass beads and believe this would fit nicely in our lake front covered porch or boat dock. So I am saving your link for the time we are ready to go that route. And we like glass beads enough, that we are considering them to replace our in home fireplace fake gas logs.
Bob

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