Is there any fall activity more enjoyable than a good ole’ bonfire? Just imagining gathering around with your friends and family, basking in the warm glow of a burning heap of brush and lumber during a crisp, cool, autumn evening is just enough to get us all excited for hot cider, flannel, and best of all, hunting season. But starting your bonfire can be a bit of a challenge; sometimes that kindling just doesn’t wanna burn. Getting the fire going with a little help is always a plus, though, and luckily for these boys, they had plenty of gasoline on hand to light up their bonfire—as well as their lawn and corn field. But for Pete’s sake, don’t stand so close when you’re lightin’ the darn thing, and have a fire extinguisher handy if you’re crops are flammable.