When choosing a place for a fire, fulfill several conditions. Place it near a place where there is a lot of firewood. If the weather is good and there is almost no wind, you can make a fire almost anywhere; but if you are caught in bad weather, look for a natural shelter: a grove, a cliff, or just a large rock. Under no circumstances light a fire under overhanging branches – sparks can ignite them.
Imagine this situation: you marinated the meat, went out into the nature in a big and noisy company, cut salads and suddenly it turns out that nobody took the grill and skewers with you. Do not rush to go home: a delicious barbecue can be fried without the grill.