If you’ve ever camped out in the cold you know how great a fire feels.
And… you know what a pain it is to get up and stoke it every two or three hours all night.
When I was a kid I use to take bailing twine and tie up bundles of wood then hang them over a limb above the fire. When it started to get cold I’d just drop one of the bundles and just like that, I was good for another 3 hours more or less.
By tying 4 or 5 of these bundles over a good limb or two I could be warm all night and not have to get up and stoke the fire.
I’m sure you could rig something like that up on a tripod if you wanted to go through the trouble.
But What If You could:
Build a fire that lasted for 14 hours
That’s exactly what Graeme Hunter did.
Using a super shelter tent design and his all-night fire Graeme was able to stay warm all night without getting up and stoking the fire.
He slept like a baby all night even though it rained a good part of the night.
Here’s how he did it