Bone fire at Camp
by Sheesh Mahal Desert Campon

Bone Fire At Sheesh Mahal Desert Camp

Travelling is one of the most intriguing hobbies in one’s life as one travel and gets to meet up new people around, get acquainted and share their real stories or life experiences. Just imagine different people laughing and sitting around Bonfires outside their camps. What a sight? It sounds exciting and challenging both. Jaisalmer is known as adventure town in India because it hosts numerous spine-tingling activities to its visitors.

Camping in Jaisalmer is just awesome because it is one of the most unusual experiences in anybody’s life. Even adventurers enjoy camp staying especially because of the bonfires in the night that relax them and soothe their senses. Bonfires/campfires are arranged during nights for the travelers to provide warmth in open cool spaces and also to ignite an air of entertainment inside the camps. As the bonfire starts sparkling the night, holidaymakers come out of their camps and assemble around it. They are served with beverages or meals under the blankets of starts and infuse a new energy in the whole camp. Some people start dancing on the tunes of light rock music and some pick corners with their friends to gossip. A chain of happy memories is knitted during that short while and is cherished by one and all.

Safety Measures

Campfires can spark wildfires. As such, it is important for the fire builder to take multiple safety precautions, including:

  • Avoiding building campfires under hanging branches or over steep slopes, and clear a ten-foot diameter circle around the fire of all flammable debris.
  • Having enough water nearby and a shovel to smother an out-of-control fire with dirt.
  • Minimizing the size of the fire to prevent problems from occurring.
  • Never leaving a campfire unattended.
  • When extinguishing a campfire, using plenty of water or dirt, then stirring the mixture and add more water, then check that there are no burning embers left whatsoever.
  • Never bury hot coals, as they can continue to burn and cause root fires or wildfires. Be aware of roots if digging a hole for your fire.
  • Making sure the fire pit is large enough for the campfire and there are no combustibles near the campfire, and avoiding the construction of the campfire on a windy day.

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