In this article, you can learn how to set up a fire that will self-feed and continue burning for at least 14 hours. This one kept right on burning through a rainstorm and still burned for 14 hours. You need to get the angle right for the logs to feed into the fire and you also build a soil bank behind the two sides to keep oxygen from getting in behind the logs.
It doesn’t look super hard to set this fire up and it would be worth it if you wanted a fire to burn all night long and be ready and waiting for you with some awesome embers to cook breakfast.
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