The Lifedoo Urod Firepit and Camp Stove
A camping trip is not a camping trip without a campfire. There are several things families, and friends can do in the glow of the flames – roasting marshmallows is just the start.
I do not like using fire rings at the campsite, and not all campsite rings are suitable for cooking. Who really knows what has been burned in that pit! I also like boondocking deep in the woods, and usually, there are not designated fire rings!
I have been looking for a small portable grill to take with me, and the LifeDoo exceeded my expectations. First of all, this grill is very well made and sturdy.
This portable grill is light and packs very small, and it’s easy to stash in the bed of the truck or storage area of the RV. And, and this is a BIG and, it is also a Fire Pit!
This portable grill has adjustable side panels for cooking and fire pit configurations, making it easy to hold coals or larger logs for longer burning times.
The grate is fantastic, with a total cooking area large enough for 6 fat burger patties. The ample surface area can serve steaks and veggies or a pile of hot dogs. I love grilling with the LifeDoo; dinner only took 15-20 minutes once the coals were hot.
Cleanup isn’t a problem either. Once cooled down, simply wipe off the ashes and put the parts back int to the bag. My friends with the cheap grills never want to grill, their BBQ grills are hard to pack and dirty, and a pain to clean. My grill is always ready to go.
There are a LOT of activities to do around a campfire using the LifeDoo Firepit. Here are a handful of fun activities to do around a campfire that people of all ages will enjoy.
There’s a reason roasting marshmallows around a campfire is such a popular activity. This is simply because eating in the great outdoors is much more fun than eating from the safety of your kitchen table. Marshmallows are always a fun treat, but try going to the next step by making smores. Hotdogs are another camping favorite, as well as campfire popcorn and toasted bread.
Another fun thing to do around the campfire is singing. Nobody needs to be a great singer to have fun singing silly songs around the campfire. For those who do not wish to show off their singing talents to those around them, then telling stories is also a fun thing to do around the campfire. Though ghost stories are the traditional tales to tell, any fun story will do. If with your children, tell them a funny story of when you were young and got into trouble. If with friends, then entertain them with tales of the strange man you ran into on the subway the week before or the funny things you did with your younger siblings in the past.