Self Feeding Camp Fire Burned for 14 Hours

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blrman07
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Post By: blrman07 » Fri. Feb. 05, 2016 7:15 am

The things you find on Facebook are sometimes pretty neat. I saw this video of a 14 hour burn campfire :shock: without being touched so I had to watch it. Pretty neat watching. Now if someone could adapt this concept for a self feeding wood boiler you would really have something......A wood fired boiler with a hopper? :idea: This is kinda like that wood furnace that burned whole logs without being cut and quartered.

http://www.thegoodsurvivalist.com/15197-2/

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Post By: SWPaDon » Fri. Feb. 05, 2016 7:42 am

That's an interesting video.


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Post By: freetown fred » Fri. Feb. 05, 2016 8:45 am

Hell Padre, that'd take half the fun out of campin. Getting up to tend the fire & listenin to all the night critters. Pretty cool though!

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Post By: warminmn » Fri. Feb. 05, 2016 10:02 am

Geez Fred, Im surprised you didnt call that mental masturbation :lol:

That is a neat video though. I never had trouble keeping a fire overnight or 12 hours, but I can see how that fire would give off more flames for viewing and lighting the general area.

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