From the bloggers at Do It Yourself RV.
A camping trip is just not the same without an old-fashioned campfire.
There’s nothing quite like sitting around a warm fire with friends, roasting s’mores. But in order to get a good fire going – one that doesn’t go out constantly, or smoke and spark much – depends a lot on what kind of wood you’re using to get it started.
Certain types of wood just naturally burn a lot better than others. Because they’re so dense, hardwoods are usually the best option, but there are some types of softwoods that will still burn pretty decently too.
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