September 16, 2013
Is there any fall activity more enjoyable than a good ole' bonfire? Just imagining gathering around with your friends and family, basking in the warm glow of a burning heap of brush and lumber during a crisp, cool, autumn evening is just enough to get us all excited for hot cider, flannel, and best of all, hunting season. But starting your bonfire can be a bit of a challenge; sometimes that kindling just doesn't wanna burn. Getting the fire going with a little help is always a plus, though, and luckily for these boys, they had plenty of gasoline on hand to light up their bonfire — as well as their lawn and corn field. But for Pete's sake, don't stand so close when you're lightin' the darn thing, and have a fire extinguisher handy if you're crops are flammable.