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Old 05-29-2013, 09:08 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Muddypaws View Post
We camped with someone who thought any piece of wood they found laying around was good for the fire. He threw an old railroad tie on the fire. It was treated with creasote and OMG what a smell!

Weekly spraying of all fabric surfaces with Fabreze did the trick but it took a couple of months. Hopefully you're smoke smell is not so strong.

We have since outgrown the anachronistic need for a roaring fire.....
Well stated Sensei Muddypaws..... I haven't been treated to this sweet noun for quite some time. However, my preference is to keep the coach windows closed and go out and relish that primal hypnotic campfire. Let's face it, the evening really does beg a warming fire... wood smoke included


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Old 05-29-2013, 09:18 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by greatlakes
You can also go buy a bag of charcoal lay a bunch on paper plates spread them throughout the camper when closed up and just like the fridge it will absorb the smell.
And some coffee too. At worst you can imagine having a cup a Joe at a BBQ. But seriously - coffee helps.

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Old 05-30-2013, 07:17 PM   #18
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If the smoke blows toward the coach, i close up that side and put the awning in.
The slope of the awning "invites" smoke in.

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