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Old 10-17-2005, 04:56 PM   #1
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Its that time of year for sitting around the warm campfire. If you want to add some color to the fire then try this. Get a piece of copper pipe about 6-8 inches long and 3 or more inches in diameter. Take some old hose (rubber, or plastic coated) and stuff it in the pipe as much as you can. Wait to the coals start to get hot then place the copper pipe in the fire. The higher the flame the prettier the fire. You can re-use the copper pipe again after the fire goes out..
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Its that time of year for sitting around the warm campfire. If you want to add some color to the fire then try this. Get a piece of copper pipe about 6-8 inches long and 3 or more inches in diameter. Take some old hose (rubber, or plastic coated) and stuff it in the pipe as much as you can. Wait to the coals start to get hot then place the copper pipe in the fire. The higher the flame the prettier the fire. You can re-use the copper pipe again after the fire goes out..
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