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12" in diameter, 12-14" deep. It heats up very well but you can only use one billycan at a time. You should leave enough room in between the side of the billycan and the side of the firepit for a good air intake and to fuel the fire. Caution : this type of firepit is very dangerous if there are evergreens around.
This firepit can be built with stones bricks and clods of earth. It wraps the pot and concentrates the heat around it. Make sure it is not too stretch. The bottom of your pot should touch the fire. For 2 firepits prepare 2 long fire rods or 4 small ones.
width 10" depth 8". To light the fire settle thin twigs that will rest on a stick facing the wind, just like a roof. As soon as the fire is lit you should alternate with a piece of wood in the direction of the lane and one in the opposite direction.
The dolmen firepit is built as a corridor. Here it is made with big stones that isolate the fire from the ground (needed when on forested grounds) If the firepit is dug in the ground it should be 10" large and 16" long. It should always be directed facing the wind.
Droits réservés (SdE n°30)/ All rights reserved AGSE - translated from french by Pierre B.
Publié le 15 September 2008