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Bonfires are so fun — especially in the fall when the air is cool and crisp. And thanks to Essay Group, LLC — setting a bonfire just got a whole lot easier.

The new Light ‘n Go® log is an all-natural birch stump, kiln dried and engineered to light with one match. Just one! You can set it in a fire pit or even a fireplace. It’s portable, so take it with you on your next camping trip.

Light 'n Go Bonfire Log

There seem to be several methods to starting a good fire. Any campers out there who want to share their best tips? Tell me in the comments below.

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21 Responses

  1. Gayle Craine says:

    These logs are not $9.29 as their website indicates–they are $15 each. Also, they are not available at HomeDepot or any grocery stores, as several articles have suggested, so if you like the item, you will likely pay more than the advertised price. If the item is that good, then it should be marketed and available competitively in the retail market.

  2. Jules says:

    My dad already has something similar to this patented- so where is your patent?!?!

  3. ray says:

    I got one at Albertsons

  4. Richard says:

    I saw them at Meijer for about 14.00 each.

  5. Jerrilyn says:

    I found these logs at a local grocery store for 9.99 it last longer then it said really loved it

  6. sally says:

    I purchased one of these at the local grocery stores. They run out fast . It was only 9.99. Worked perfectly for our bon fire. We had so much rain lately and the misquitos were out in force. Our wood was wet from all the rain lately.

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