There is something primitive and exciting fire outside at night. Feeding dry sticks and logs to leaping flames and watching yellow, orange and red plumes dance and sparkle in dark is mesmerizing. Fire pits are great places for outdoor cooking, too. Wrap potatoes, corn on cob or chicken with onion and barbecue sauce in foil and place them over coals for grilling when fire has gone out. Worth effort to build homemade fire pit to relax with friends and family
Homemade fire pit are rugged and rustic nature and do not require a lot of money to build. Building a cheap and easy pit fire with cement blocks instead of digging a big hole in ground. Arrange blocks in a circle at least three feet in diameter to contain fire, and stack blocks of about two feet.
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If you’re out camping, you can make a temporary homemade fire pit is filled again before breaking camp. Dig a hole about a foot deep and mound of earth around top edges of pit. Place three large trunks, thick into well along sides in a triangular formation, leaving center empty socket. Records can be pushed into fire to burn after fire is extinguished.