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People may paint and photograph camps and campfires, until doomsday; but after all they are mostly tame and spiritless.  One might as well try to paint the perfume of orange blossoms, or the charm of a lovely woman's manner, for all are equally futile.  But those who have camped in the lap of Nature, far from the haunts of man, far beyond the last trail and the ultimate tin can, can realize without any pictures the composite sensations of awe, of triumph, and of rare satisfaction which filled our souls".  - William T. Hornaday. "Camp-Fires in the Canadian Rockies."  Boone & Crockett Club

"I've always been mesmerized by campfires--they are calming, comforting, of course, warming--and to me are insep

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