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DW is considering using a burnt wood cladding for the exterior of a modern house soon-to-be under construction in Paradise Valley. Love the texture and look of it.

Making an upside down fire. It’s a cleaner burn with far less smoke and better combustion, gives off more heat, needs less tending and uses the embodied energy in wood more efficiently than the tipi-esque fire method.

Making an upside down fire. The upside down fire technique rocks. It’s a cleaner burn with far less smoke and better combustion, gives off more heat, needs less tending and uses the embodied energy in wood more efficiently than the tipi-esque fire method.

Swedish fire log - burns for hours and it looks beautiful.

Swedish fire log - burns for hours and it looks beautiful. Style of log in fire pit

A medium sized tomahawkhead takes little space in your pack, and its easy to reshaft in field

A medium sized tomahawkhead takes little space in your pack, and its easy to reshaft in field neat smock

Carved wood, Michael Kukla

Art Museum Michael Kukla carved wood sculpture: “By drilling and grinding out cellular-like structures, I try to create an organic surface that seems naturally transformed.

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This is a nicely done three sided shelter. I would have looked for a spot near a rock formation about as tall as the platform. A fire could be built on the rocks and the heat reflected into the shelter. My Hut by CitizenOlek on deviantART

jon stevens : Photo

This is how to set up a backwoods camp. I might add an additional tarp to one of the sides to cut down on wind. great deer camp setup for hunting in New Mexico

A traditional Finnish "Rakovalkea" fire (or "gapfire"), an ingenious means of getting a long-lasting, radiant fire using minimal wood and keeping the fire safely above a wet or snowy ground (details of its construction are in the linked blog entry).

A traditional Finnish "Rakovalkea" fire (or "gap fire") : long-lasting, radiant fire, uses minimal wood, keeps the fire safely above wet or snowy ground.

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