Did you know that Bonfire comes from a Middle English word 'banefire', which means a fire for burning bones, 'bane' being an old word for 'bone'. As the name suggests, bonfires were originally used for burning bones, and also on occasion for burning people convicted of heresy as well as prohibited items, including books.
Making a bonfire no days is a great addition to any outdoor gathering. The warmth and entrancing flames from the bonfire gives off a relaxing vibe and aroma for everyone around. Starting a bonfire is a fun and simple task that merely requires good hardwood firewood like Kiawe, Ironwood, Lychee, Mango, or Lychee.