Building Wood Fires - Techniques and Skills for Stoking the Flames Both Indoors and Out
Part how-to, part history of fire, Building Wood Fires is an essential guide for anyone with a fireplace, backyard fire pit, or love of camping. Outdoor journalist and wilderness expert Annette McGivney shares years of expertise, providing tips from whereto build your fire pit to how to roast the perfect marshmallow and helpful diagrams to demonstrate essential techniques.
- Paperback | 176 pages
- 203 x 206 x 15mm | 400g
- 23 Apr 2019
- WW Norton & Co
- Countryman Press Inc.
- Woodstock, United States
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About Annette McGivney
specialized in writing about the outdoors for more than two decades. She is the Southwest Editor for Backpacker and her writing has appeared in The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Outside, Runners World,
Wilderness, and numerous other publications.
the author of the books Resurrection: Glen Canyon and a New Vision for
the American West and Leave No Trace: A Guide to the
New Wilderness Etiquette. She lives in Flagstaff, AZ.