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Cut as if you're cutting a cake-but leave 6 inches at the base. Add some fuel. Should burn 2-3 hours.

This is called a Swedish flame. Make your cuts like you're cutting cake, leave about 6 inches at the base, throw about a cap full of fuel oil in it. It burns up to two to three hours Can use olive oil instead of fuel oil :-) Any oil will burn!

Dutch Oven Cooking

Dutch oven cooking pit - I want this for the backyard!

Camp hack! How to make a great campfire.

How to Make a Great Campfire

Camping is a wonderful experience for almost anyone. Hiking, campfires and bird watching are all things to.

Mason jar tiki torches

How to Make Mason Jar Citronella Torches

Mason jar tiki torches Things You'll Need Mason jar Drill with drill bit Scissors Needle nose pliers Copper coupling reducer, x ¼” Fiberglass tiki torch wick Citronella tiki torch fuel Wire for hanging

Easy DIY Round Stone Firepit

27 Awesome DIY Firepit Ideas for Your Yard

diy firepit ideas Building campfires is one of the most enjoyable aspects of camping. Today, we want to give you DIY fire pit ideas for backyard.

Think outside the box and make a camp stove out of ductwork!

DIY Camp Stove

DIY Camp Stove _ We are thinking outside the box and made ourselves a camp stove out of ductwork! DIY Camp Stove It really was super simple and all the supplies can be found at Lowes.

Hockey Stick Coffee Table by HockeyStickBuilds on Etsy

Hockey Stick Coffee Table

Hockey Stick Coffee Table by HockeyStickBuilds on Etsy Plus

Dutch Oven set up in the back yard!!!!

Guide Gear® Campfire Cook Set - Cookware & Utensils at Sportsman's Guide

Learn these knots for hiking and backpacking.

5 Knots Every Hiker and Backpacker Should Know

5 knots that every hiker and backpacker should know. These knots are key for hiking and backpacking and will make your life so much easier.

Take pleasure in your evenings outdoors by lounging round a Belgian Hearth Ring. A super add...

Enjoy your evenings outside by lounging around a Belgian Fire Ring. An ideal addition to your outdoor setting, this fire pit is easily constructed with Belgian Block and heavy-duty adhesive. Love this style of firepit.

Want a backyard fire pit? Build a tractor rim fire pit!  This is one of the easiest DIY projects you can do for a backyard fire pit. It's easy, safe, and inexpensive as you can use an old tractor tire rim for it.   Have a look at our gallery of beautiful tractor rim fire pit ideas to see how other DIY-ers built their own!

Build a tractor rim fire pit for your yard

Want a backyard fire pit? Build a tractor rim fire pit! This is one of the easiest DIY projects you can do for a backyard fire pit. It's easy, safe, and inexpensive as you can use an old tractor tire rim for it. Have a look at our gallery of beautiful

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Mason Jar Match Dispenser - DIY Craft's Home Decor

Love a good Camping Hack! I have Waterproof Matches myself they can be a nigtmare to light sometimes! ------------------------------------------ Mason Jar Match Dispenser - DIY projects for men

euro mount lamp | WHITETAIL-DEER-SKULL-EUROPEAN-SKULL-MOUNT-LIGHT-KIT-GREEN-DEER-SKULL ...

So imagine a bound spirit serving as an advisor and memory. A fantasy computer that you can let run an astreal search.

Make your own patio torches using readily available materials ... from the plumbing aisle! They look great and will last season after season.

DIY Tiki Torches

Make your own patio torches using readily available materials . from the plumbing aisle! They look great and will last season after season.

Great for watching the sun set

Outdoor chairs with cooler by Nitsud Wood Works - Mississippi/ Diy project reclaimed wood/ pallets

Campfire cook set with moveable pot bars over a trench fire --  pound the bars into the ground -- Chuck Wagon Cooking at cowboycooking dot com

This is Way Beyond what my mom used to teach about CampFire CastIron cooking . Campfire cook set with moveable pot bars over a trench fire -- Chuck Wagon Cooking at cowboycooking dot com