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#37334 - 08/03/03 08:49 PM Re: EZ start campfire [Re: JonathanXR]
SheriffBufordT Offline
Gang Veteran

Registered: 06/30/03
Posts: 959
Loc: Lubbock, Texas
Bel-Ray at 50:1 works works and lubes the logs.
"Speakin' of alligators, that reminds me to call your momma."


#37335 - 08/09/03 11:46 AM Re: EZ start campfire [Re: SheriffBufordT]
chickenhawk Offline
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Registered: 05/22/03
Posts: 1134
Loc: Stumptoe, Texas
A Coors Lite can cut open half full of gas under a teepee of wood works the best.
Lubbock Trail Riders

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#37336 - 01/19/04 01:27 AM Re: EZ start campfire [Re: chickenhawk]
tooold Offline
Gang Boss

Registered: 02/06/01
Posts: 61
Loc: Houston, Texas
Take a few brickets of charcol - the ones that are self lighting... drop 3 or 4 of them under a stack of wood and they will do the trick. No gas... no "run for your life", no "I wonder if that beer can thingie will work" stuff.


#37337 - 01/27/04 02:35 PM Re: EZ start campfire [Re: oldnbold]
Traction Offline
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Registered: 01/15/04
Posts: 1611
Loc: Bastrop, Texas USA
As we all know...every party has a pooper! My husband has been a truck driver for 30 years hauling gasoline. 8700+ gals at a time. The stuff WILL burn, no doubt. This week a real good friend of mine was burning leaves in his yard. Got just a little cup of gas and threw it on the fire. Well, it came back in his face and he is now experiencing 1st and 2nd degree burns and almost lost his eyesight. His nose, ear, forehead and scalp are all burned. It has been miserable to see him go thru this grueling experience. He has had to return to the Dr. twice for them to 'scrape' the skin so the scarring is minimal. They do that with OUT knocking you out. I think I would knock THEM out!!!
My advise is this...either use the new "candle fire starters" or the "starter bricks" (not the starter logs, if poked or punctured the stuff inside runs everywhere).
Not worth it to me...ruining a great weekend of playing and riding by ending up in a burn center.
Oh well, spoken like a true mom!

Tina Roberts
Bastrop, TX
TORCS #293

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#37338 - 02/02/04 07:40 PM Re: EZ start campfire [Re: Traction]
Kingham Offline
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Registered: 01/31/02
Posts: 812
Loc: Austin
Go with the duraflame logs. I bring one on every camping trip. they even light up after a good rain.
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#37339 - 02/04/04 10:50 PM Re: EZ start campfire [Re: Kingham]
Irishcoffee Offline
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Registered: 08/17/02
Posts: 2943
Huskyboy; what do you call east Texas? For a funny sight check out the faces of a group of campers who spent the previous night around a fire built totally of pine knots. I mean the root types not the Christmas ornament things. They will look like a family of coons!


#37340 - 02/05/04 11:02 AM Re: EZ start campfire [Re: Irishcoffee]
Dave Offline
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Registered: 02/13/01
Posts: 2349
Loc: Spicewood
George, I grew up in Orange and spent nearly every weekend in the Angelina and Sabine National Forests (Rayburn and Toledo Bend). My dear ol' dad grew up around Center so he knows all those woods very well. I agree, setting a pile of pine knots on fire would be like lighting a 55 gallon drum of race fuel!! LOL!! "hold my beer and watch this!"
Austin MotoSports Association


#37341 - 02/06/04 10:27 AM Re: EZ start campfire [Re: Dave]
naga418 Offline
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Registered: 04/16/01
Posts: 2679
Loc: Houston TX

You need to get ride of that rice burner and get your old icon back I aways thought the Husky part was due to the brand of jeans you wear


#37342 - 02/06/04 10:33 AM Re: EZ start campfire [Re: naga418]
Dave Offline
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Registered: 02/13/01
Posts: 2349
Loc: Spicewood
Husky jeans? I was hoping you forgot about that. I wish I was still on a Husqvarna but they have a lot of issues to work out. Maybe one day they will have a stronger dealer network. Give up my Yamaha? I love that bike! Maybe one day I will try an orange bike but until then it's Yamaha two stroke all the way. I just wish had two more gears so I can hang with you on the straights

Austin MotoSports Association


#37343 - 02/10/04 01:47 PM Re: EZ start campfire [Re: Dave]
Gumby Offline

Registered: 01/05/01
Posts: 3258
Loc: Pflugerville
I might have a copy of that old icon around somewhere . . . . . . HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!

Got any money Davo???? I could forget where I put it!!!!

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