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  floating fire
  Posted by: wavetamer on Aug-19-09 12:31 PM (EST)
 

I agree. My experience with floating campfires goes back 40 years! It was a private site and the sod was taken from an area that would grow back quickly -we were thoughtful of that even back then. All the materials were from scrap around the camp and we dissassembled it all afterwards, nothing left to degrade the lake. Good points though and perhaps I should have added such comments to the end of the story. Also was not suggesting this be done in a wilderness or quasi-wilderness setting - that experience doesn't need a floating campfire or anything else to enhance that experience. Thanks for the good points!
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