What is your favorite camp fire pit?

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Re: What is your favorite camp fire pit?

Postby slowcowboy » Wed Sep 07, 2016 5:54 pm

I got the big red cameco or the little red what ever its called its all pack away able and inclosed when I am done glad I chose it over the other open brands!

my fire logs are all contained inside a nice carry case and its good to transfer fire to a normal fire when I am lazy or have a hard time starting one.........

they also work great on the ice on frozen lake while ice fishing!!!!!!!!!! :thumbsup:

I run mine on low on a 5 lb pancake bottle its a sipper on propane on low. when your done just shut it off at the propane bottle ! no forest fires! :thumbsup: :thumbsup: !!!!!!!

let it cool and trow in your suv. away you go when you drop the hatch on the teardrop..............and smokey bear wont be chasing you down when you get home!

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Re: What is your favorite camp fire pit?

Postby slowcowboy » Wed Sep 07, 2016 5:55 pm

for real camp fires I like to put em out with a hand pump weed sprayer after dark with flashlights off. look for red coals espically on Swedish candles like at gatherings!

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Re: What is your favorite camp fire pit?

Postby gudmund » Sat May 06, 2017 3:13 pm

Fire Dancer - very low fuel usage - validated by all of the fellow teardroppers that got rid of their first fire-pits that used so much fuel and bought what I have. smaller sized - lighter weight being it uses NO lava rocks, it uses vermiculite (states NO asbestos in spec sheet) when lid is installed for travel/carry it is totally contained. The base never gets hot when in use. And I found it all fits inside a 14inch Camp Chef Dutch Oven carry bag for travel/carry. I and all of the other teardroppers in my group swear by them. They were the ones who had the regular firepits first than replaced them with the Fire Dancer - I bought it because of the size thinking it would not be as much of a travel hassle not knowing it used so little fuel - in fact, I hardly ever got to use mine do to someone else beating me to the punch in having theirs out already when I get there. :) E-Trailer is now selling them if you are interested in checking them out.
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