Firepit in backyard-Enjoy the cool autumn nights at home in your garden by the heat of a fire are in your own firepit in backyard. A few simple points and a little elbow grease will get you to toast marshmallows and sing campfire songs in no time.
Create your own firepit in backyard with the help of one or more of the following points. If you access to an old charcoal grill (round, kettle-shaped type), you can save the bottom for use in your homemade fire pit. If not, visit your local kitchen supply store and buy a large steel or stainless steel bowl. Also, you need a shovel to dig and some rocks to create a landscape to surround your fireplace.
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Drill holes in the bottom of your steel bowl. If you have chosen to use the play from a salvaged charcoal grill, you can ignore this step because it is already in the hole. Dig a hole in the ground that will easily accommodate the size of the dish. Arrange a few rocks around the perimeter of the pit. Besides looking nice, even this will provide a safety barrier for the fire. Some people choosing to build a small retaining wall with patio stones around the perimeter of the fire. Buy these stones at your local home and garden supply store and stack them intermittently to create your wall.