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In North America, as early as the 1840s, the term "camp-fire story" was associated with wartime exploits such as those told in a military encampment. In the late 1800s, advertisements, for journals and lectures, providing the inclusion of "camp-fire stories" began to appear. Campfires instantly evoke feelings of togetherness and promote an atmosphere of being together in an intimate setting that is unique to the people who are present. In this activity the participant will build their own campfire to sit around and tell campfire stories!

This activity is a part of the Camping box. Check it out!