Duraflame Stax fire logs Giveaway

{This giveaway has ended: Congratulations to #14, Arla} To kickstart 2010, I thought I'd start the year off with a Giveaway (and there will be plenty more in the near future.) In this giveaway, you have the chance to win a 3-log bundle of Duraflame Stax logs.

To Enter: Leave a comment about your best campfire memory

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This contest is open to US and Canadian residents 18 years of age and older and will end on January 12, 2010 at 9:00 PM EST. The winner will be selected by random.org and posted on this page. The winner will also be notified by email. No compensation or products were received for this giveaway.

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bonbell1001 said...

Sitting around the campfire with family and friends on a cool autumn night, can't beat it! Happy New Year all!

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

well we just moved into a home with a fireplace- so we have sleeparounds and movie nights

Michele said...

Oooohhh, does the contest come with a new house and fireplace???? If so, then I'm in for sure.
If not, then I'll just settle with wishing you All the Best for 2010.
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Karen said...

Why cooking smores of course!

rosannepm said...

When my kids were 3 and 5 and we went camping. It started pouring and I asked if they wanted to go to a hotel. They said Yes then asked what a hotel was. We went and when we came back a tree had come down on their tent. I was grateful we were at the hotel. I've always hated camping.
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Arla said...

My memory would be of a small wooded area near a park just a friend and I ... its been long ago so not a lot to remember
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linda a said...

My best campfire story! I have many but my best was sitting up till the wee hours of the morning with my best friend laughing over nothing..
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Patty said...

Enjoying the kids when they were young. We used to enjoy the simple things like roasting marshmallows, but the kids are all grown up now and we don't get opportunities anymore.

mverno said...

having a campfire sitting around with everyone cooking hotdogs on a stick . mverno@roadurnner.com

intensev5 said...

My best campfire memory is at the Lake in the summer --- we had over 20 people (kids and adults) around it and the laughter was plenty. Thanks for the great giveaway:)

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Mary said...

We used to take the kids camping all the time when they were little. We would sit around the campfire and tell spooky stories and sing silly songs. One time, my husband told the kids how you were supposed to yell for "Elmer" because he was once lost while camping. Of course, they ate that up and starting yelling it and other campers did the same. My daughter, being my daughter, yells "Eddie Murphy"! We cracked up and still to this day will yell "Eddie Murphy".

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kardiackth said...

Every year my 2 sisters and 1 brother and I get together at a lodge with our kids and grandkids for a "Whatchamacallit" weekend. Our Saturday night campfire, where we sing worship songs together, binds us closer than ever! It's the best part of the weekend!

clynsg said...

Probably much the same as that of many others, sitting around a campfire with my brother, sister and cousins and roasting hot dogs and marshmallows. Nothing ever tasted as good as those half done, half charred items!

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jamielz said...

We went camping two years ago and I will never forget how magical the time was with my family. We loved making Smores and we are already planning a camping trip this upcoming year
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Jessica-MomForHim said...

This is not eco-friendly, but I remember sitting with friends and melting milk jugs over the fire. They made a cool sound.

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LV said...

I met my current boyfriend at a campfire for a single group. We were supposed to bring out own chairs and I thought what I grabbed was one of those camp chairs with arms, when I got there and pulled it out, it was a three-person couch! Everyone was laughing and I was very embarrassed as I didn't even know i had the thing! My ex had left it in the garage. Anyway, he remembered me from that night and now more than 2 years later, we're still together and YES, I still have the campfire couch .. a talking piece at every part.

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amanda said...

All of my best camp fire memories involve smores! :)
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julis55 said...

smores of course!

llinda29 said...

Making hotdogs in civil air patrol as a teenager

Rachel said...

I love it anytime my hubby makes a fire in the firepit in the back yard - we makes smores with the kids and everybody has a great time!
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sweetsue said...

My best campfire memory is telling scary stories during my class camping trip in the sixth grade-I have so many fun memories!
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Dawn said...

Every October my aunt has a Halloween campfire and party. It is always one of the highlights of the fall season.

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Darcie said...

My favorite campfire memory was when my parents rented us a cabin up north. I was 10 and I think it was the best summer of my life.
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cowboyswife said...

Anytime around a campfire is a great memory for me. I love the outdoors and the smell of the campfire and feel like I am where I belong.

Anonymous said...

I was allowed my first cup of coffee when I was 12- my best friend's mother brewed it over a smoldering woodfire at the Cabin by Moosehead lake. This coffee had a raste of smoke to it and no coffee I've had since measures up.writer61@yahoo.com

allancarol said...

Do not know if its the best but it darn sure is funny . Drunk friend of mine started a fire with gas .. Gas oh yea , fire ran up the stream and into the cup he was using, and being drunk he ran with the cup instead of dropping it ...We had to tackle the idiot and make him drop the cup and the first thing he said was (man that was close)..
That was a good camp fire memory for me ..

Anonymous said...

My best campfire memory so far is of last summer at Presquille Park. 15 of us went camping for 2 nights and had an amazing time telling stories and jokes.

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Jean said...

Gosh, it's been so long....But I loved cooking hot dogs over the fire

jengd said...

When I was in high school, several years running, we'd have a bonfire on the evening of one of the biggest meteor showers of the year. My friends would come out to my parents' house which was in the middle of nowhere so there was no light pollution. We'd lie in the garden with the bonfire raging a little ways away, and just count the shooting stars.

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Anonymous said...

Best campfire memory is sitting in the our backyard by the fire pit and making 'smores in the summer. We do this anytime family comes over. Jackie hotbunz81@hotmail.com

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My best campfire memory was the first time my dad took me camping... in my backyard! We roasted hot dogs and smores!

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Peter Schott said...

With our family - my most memorable moment was camping with my new wife and forgetting to check the forecast. We arrived, set up camp, and the sky opened up that night. I woke up, rolled over, and put my hand into a puddle (IN the tent). We had a good campfire the first night and a very wet breakfast the next morning. :)

The best one so far is going camping with our family and my kid's scouting troop. That was a lot of fun, complete with campfire, songs, skits, and s'mores. I was able to resurrect a lot of my previous Scout songs from working at summer camp many years ago and introduce them to a new generation.

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Wehaf said...

We always had a "last-night" campfire at summer came where we'd make s'mores and sing songs. I loved those.

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mogrill said...

We have a big bonfire every 4th of July in our backyard!! Thanks for the chance.
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Deborah said...

My favorite (and most disturbing) campfire memory is of my parents taking my brother and I to Glamis. My dad; who is a complete clutz, fell into the campfire the first night. He didnt hurt himself, he wasn't burned at all...but from then on for the rest of our camping trips, only my brother and I were allowed near the fire!!!

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jules said...

I have never sat around a campfire. How sad is that?

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Heather said...

My girlfriends and I making campfires on our girls' camping trips.

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Kel said...

roasting marshmallows with my team after a day of beach ultimate. epic bug bites the next day though!

Mia J. said...

Sitting around a fire with a bunch of friends eating yummy abalone and smores.

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My best campfire memory is when I went "camping" with my dad in our backyard. He tried to start a small campfire but it got out of control and burned down the tent we were camping in, lol.
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jakiesmom said...

camping out with my 2 best friends and not being able to start a fire for the life of us...we had to leave...drive to a store and buy charcoal lighter fluid!

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skgaff said...

My best campfire memory is working as a camp counselor during summers in college and teaching children about God by telling stories around the campfire.

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marthajane said...

I guess my best camping story (always with a fire!) was the year we won the campsite decorating contest for Halloween. It was awesome! We won a year's free camping the next year.

Linda said...

My best memory was when I was a girl scout leader and our troop went camping and we had a great time sitting around the campfire singing and telling stories.
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Making a camp fire in the back yard and rigging up the cable tv to watch the football games. The childen love roasting marshmallow and making smores.
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Brenda said...

Fave campfire memory is toasting marshmallows and eating "Camper's Delight" in the Blue Hills of northern Wisconsin...

nightowl said...

My best campfire memory was when I was younger and our family went camping and we roasted and burned the marshmellows and just talked by the fire into the night.

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CAF said...

Talking with friends and making s'mores is my best campfire memory.

texaslady22 said...

I remember camping during a meteor shower...it was so beautiful!

Derk Thomas said...

Sitting by the campfire with family melting marshmellows on sticks.

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When I was younger a group of 10 of us would just pick up and go on a Friday afternoon and drive 3 hours to our favorite remote campsite. We would sit and drink to all hours, just laughing and watching the fire. Great fun!

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Oh I have so many! We camped a lot as kids, then there were Brownies & Girl Guides trips (lol)...but one of my fondest was from this summer: burning a big brush bonfire in our yard, staying up with the kids til after dark, roasting marshmallows and goofing off. ♥
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The one and only time I went camping with some friends at Allegany State Park, we were surrounded by raccoons. They broke into our tent while we were hiking and ate most of our food. As night fell, I was sitting at the picnic table, and looked up to find a raccoon sitting next to me. Only around the campfire did they stay away. Cute little critters, but that was creepy. Thank you for the chance to win.

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I never sat around a campfire, but my dad did used to have a firepit out in the backyard. And we always roasted marshmallows on it. I loved to burn the marshmallow so it got all gooey inside!

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Leona P said...

my best memory was with my parents and sister cooking hotdogs and marshmellows on a stick

Court said...

My family went camping all summer long when I was a kid. We met many friends by the campfire. It was a great experience of togetherness and the opportunity to meet new friends:)

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My best campfire memory is just the fact that we had them all the time. It's like one of my favorite memories from my childhood when we would gather up all the fallen limbs and rake all the leaves together and have a big fire. It was fun! :)

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My best campfire memory was a fire after all day boating on Kentucky Lake. We were all exhausted and it was so relaxing after dinner to just sit around the fire re-living the wonderful day we had.

SueZH said...

We did alot of camping when my children were young. I remember one funny campfire up near Cooperstown NY. We started the fire and out camp the skunks.

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Shannon said...

Never camp, but I made s'mores in my fireplace with my little girl oce, lol.
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There is nothing more relaxing than sitting in front of a fireplace on a cold wintery day.
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djgroz said...

The time I took some Girls Scouts,my daughter included, and we sat around telling scary stories.

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My best campfire memory was the first summer after my DH and I were married, and we went camping. We ate brownies in front of the campfire. (That's the G rated part, LOL)

Rebecca said...

I am not sure. I worked at a summer camp after high school for three years. After thinking about it, I am going to make a good effort to bring my son back there this summer. I know that will be a wonderful campfire memory!

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My favorite memory is sitting around the fire staring at it like we would a TV and roasting marshmallows that got very big!

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