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If you have access to a chainsaw some dry softwood and a Swede here's a great way to make a self-contained camp fire with integrated pot supports!
Unfortunately I am not dexterous enough to use a chainsaw and take pictures simultaneously. Sorry. Use the saw to cut at least 3/4 of the way down the...
As this kindling burns the thin sections of the log near the top will start burning and air will be sucked through the cracks lower down
You'll notice that after a couple of minutes your fire will descend down into the log completely protecting it from the wind.
On these outer sections of the log you can place your pan!
Here's another option- I you have some lumber lying around you can tie it together with spacers (nails) between the pieces to allow airflow in. It's t...
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Tried it when camping this past weekend. Worked like a charm, and everyone was impressed.
Well done, Josh.
I am producing 10.000 torches per month, it is called Swedish torch Vulcano.Contact Woodbioma if anyone interested in retailing or whosale in your country.
"Dexterous". I see what you did there.
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