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If your plans include time spent around a campfire, be careful! Even after the fire is out, the area can still be hot and dangerous. Keep young kids away from the fire pit and under constant adult supervision. Remove any tripping hazards near the campfire area (sticks, logs, large rocks) so a child or adult doesn’t take a tumble. And dont forget to keep a bucket of water and a shovel nearby. But enjoy the smores!

If your plans include time spent around a campfire, be careful! Even after the fire is out, the area can still be hot and dangerous. Keep young kids away from the fire pit and under constant adult supervision. Remove any tripping hazards near the campfire area (sticks, logs, large rocks) so a child or adult doesn’t take a tumble. And don't forget to keep a bucket of water and a shovel nearby. But enjoy the s'mores! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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A bucket of dirt is better to smother the fire out with, then a bucket of water to drown the fire once it's smothered. That's what we teach our Girl Scouts! Fire + water = dangerous steam!

As someone who fell in a campfire by tripping over a log when I was 13 and sustained 2nd and 3rd degree burns I know exactly how painful it is. It makes me so uneasy to see kids near campfires. It can happen at any age and in a blink of an eye.