Fire-Poking Stick

Discussion in 'Campground Etiquette' started by froggie, Dec 4, 2012.

  1. jnc

    jnc Welcome from New Hampshire

    I like to leave some wood and have told camping neighbors to garb it before it disappears. Like nineoaks The fire poker dies with the fire on the last night.
     
  2. Sjm9911

    Sjm9911 Well-Known Member

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    I always just use my hands, lol. Maybe I need to find or get a fire poker!
     
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  3. WrkrBee

    WrkrBee Active Member

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    Smoke follows money. I always camp with guys that are better off, so I never have to deal with smoke.
     
  4. fourhallatts

    fourhallatts Active Member

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    It's not just a guy thing! I am usually the one getting the fire going when camping, so a good stick is essential. We like to do most of our cooking over the campfire (even when we camp at my in-laws camp which has a trailer with a kitchen). There is nothing like a good fire to cook on then end the day with some Smores! When we camp at a campground I will usually burn my stick when the last bit of firwood is burning down since we have as of yet to have any leftovers.
     
  5. Natureangel

    Natureangel Everythings better outdoors...

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    I have the ‘ove glove’ it is awesome handling the logs!
    I use my "Ove Glove"
     
  6. cabranch47

    cabranch47 Member

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    I take a crow bar with a 90 degree head. Great for fire tending, splitting kindling, digging, and occasional copperhead disposal.
     
  7. jnc

    jnc Welcome from New Hampshire

    You are so right about that. The DW loves to play with the fire as much as I do. So much so that she will tell me to leave it alone because it's Her Fire.
     
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  8. fourhallatts

    fourhallatts Active Member

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    I tell my dh and sons the same thing!
     
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  9. Byrd_Huntr

    Byrd_Huntr Well-Known Member

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    I have a simple lightweight fire poker I made from a 1/4" metal rod and a short piece of shovel handle. It goes everywhere in the camper. It facilitates the tomfoolery that I am apparently not going to outgrow... IMG_3878.JPG
     
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  10. Rik Peery

    Rik Peery Active Member

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    Found an extendable fire poker w/ a barb at Wally World several years ago, works great & takes up very little space, has a leather thong attachment to hang on a nail/limb etc...think Camping World has 'em for around $9 95649n-extendible-fire-poker.jpg
     
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  11. kcsa75

    kcsa75 Well-Known Member

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    When we arrived at our campsite on Friday, the previous occupant had left a nice little stack of firewood along with a poker stick that was already "broken in." [:)C]
     
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