Look at Summer2Go's original post. He wants to please and impress his kids. What a good Dad!!!!
So there's fires (and how to light/ignite/incinderate them).....with torches, accellerants, lighter fluid, railroad flares, sterno, etc. (the M9 portable flamethrower's impressive all over the camp on a wet day)
And then there's campfires (and traditional ways to build them)....from primitve, to flint and steel, to modern pioneer and scouting.
They all can get the job done.....pick one and learn how to do it well/safely so you feel a sense of satisfaction (what Summer2Go seeks)!
Some Hunters Safety Instructors even relate how Fritos corn chips in your lunch pack can be used as firestarters in Emergency Survival ----put a couple in an ashtray and watch how well they burn.
Just like some folks take their TT to the RV park to watch TV...
And other folk take their TT camping to watch a campfire....
To each her/his own....we all use our RVs to support our personal lifestyle.
BTW - Wolverine 1945 from Southwest Michigan is surprised I took 12 steps
(he calls these pages) to detail the proper way to build an authentic chimney/teepee campfire ..............must be a Michigan fan
In fairness I also note that some around East Lansing find sofas and couches to be ideal fire building material. It is frowned upon by the vast majority of us.
Don't forget your RV at the next tailgate.