Home > Uncategorized > bushcraft and wilderness survival cooking bushcraft and wilderness survival cooking newsfive January 13, 2018 Uncategorized 6 Comments instead of a bbq use whats around you source Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Like this:Like Loading... Related Tweet Pin It Related Posts The Laptop Repair Workbook: An Introduction to Troubleshooting and Repairing Laptop Computers 2013 Urban Celebrity Magazine Philly Hip Hop Awards Show 15 Surprising Things You Didn’t Know About Disney Princesses About The Author newsfive 6 Comments shan fernandez January 13, 2018 im sure there's a lot of mosquito there Macovic January 13, 2018 Swedish torch. Looks nice together with the Muurika. SwissGearLabs January 13, 2018 Nice one! Will try this too! luvmyctd January 13, 2018 Very cool! We always have a cookout when we atv … gonna give this a try next time. I wouldn't have believed a green spruce log semi-split in 4 would catch fire with a bit of birch bark stuffed in the center … can't wait to try this with white cedar log also. I'd love to see a video of this process from the very beginning … showing how you actually split & stuffed the log & started the fire. I assume you must wedge the splits open so there is more air space between? Living the Dream January 13, 2018 these were practice logs done with a chainsaw you cut an x right down to 6inch from the bottom i will be splitting one with an axe then bind the pieces back to gather with a gap for the air flow. also am going to try try 4 logs light fire in the middle and see how that goes good for large groups no need to gather wood also burns about 7 hours Alloutdoor1 January 13, 2018 Have not seen a bbq made like that before. Did you use an axe to cut the upright logs into that X shape? And then burn down into it? Cheers!