FFJRIt is fire season here in the New Hampshire North Country. I have had a couple of cords of wood delivered and have had a few fires burning so far this season. I will not mention that the cords of wood have been dumped in the yard and it is my job to stack them before the weather turns. I have mentioned before that I am not good at follow through, but again, this is not the time to discuss that.

Anyway, I love the smell of wood fires. There is nothing better than walking outside on those first cold days of fall and smelling wood burning from the neighbors’ chimneys. That’s the problem, if you have an efficient fireplace or wood stove in your home, you really shouldn’t be smelling much of the wood burning inside.

Which is why I love the Campfire Incense from Juniper Ridge. The good folks of Juniper Ridge have found a way to put the smell of an outdoor fire into a nice slow-burning incense, and it is the perfect way to have that fire smell without the danger.

About the Campfire Incense from Juniper Ridge: “Made only with wildcrafted plants, tree sap, wood and bark found hiking the backcountry. No hidden ingredients. No charcoal or perfume. Incense for people who enjoy sitting around the campfire. Go there. Scent notes: mountain lodge fireplace, forest campground.”

Find the Campfire Incense from Juniper Ridge here.

See all the great “mountains in a bottle” of Juniper Ridge here.