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comment How to estimate the depth of a pool of water from a distance above?
@DonBranson, sometimes we need to take calculated risk when we are trapped between a rock and a hard place. Isn't this part and parcel of survival?
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accepted How to create campfire which will burn overnight?
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comment How to create campfire which will burn overnight?
I have accepted berry120's answer because I think the air intake can be somewhat controlled by spacing the wooden pile close enough such that the inner pieces of log do not come into contact with a fresh supply of air to sustain combustion. Thanks for the suggestion of using rocks to store heat :)
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comment How to create campfire which will burn overnight?
Thanks for the informative link. I think this is a plausible solution if the fire is lit on top. The rate of combustion may somewhat be controlled since the air can still be cool below the flames. This is provided that the spacing between the logs is small enough to prevent burning material from falling to the bottom and lighting up the whole pile.
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