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who might get lost in the wilderness and would rather be at home with the lights on and supper cooking.

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There were trees, so he had fuel, but the only way he could think of to start a fire was to strike his ski pole on rocks. Unfortunately, aluminum won’t make sparks. He survived, but just barely.

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And as Kerns put it, “It’s amazing to see what fire can do. You’re out in the woods, you’re cold, you’re lost, you’re lonely.

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I began traveling in the wilderness and felt the need for a campfire, I explored all sorts of methods.

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And as Kerns put it, “It’s amazing to see what fire can do. You’re out in the woods, you’re cold, you’re lost, you’re lonely. But the minute you light that fire, you’re home, the lights are on, and supper’s cooking.

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Definitely going to make one for myself! Thanks for the tutorial!

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I feel so sick and in so much pain fibro is killing me i dont know what else to do.im just so tired so tired so ive been reading up more about it to hopefully find some new ways to get it under control.

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So it’s no wonder we love fire. It’s been with us a long time—perhaps longer than language.

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And as Kerns put it, “It’s amazing to see what fire can do. You’re out in the woods, you’re cold, you’re lost, you’re lonely. But the minute you light that fire, you’re home, the lights are on, and supper’s cooking.

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Finally, as an audio guy who also reviews iPod speakers, I simply wanted to see what was possible.

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It makes a great gift for someone like me, who might get lost in the wilderness and would rather be at home with the lights on and supper cooking.

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Great information you got here. I've been reading about this topic for one week now for my papers in school and thank God I found it here in your blog. I had a great time reading this.

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I know how to start a fire but this tips helps a lot more.

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Thanks for these tips. I hope to read more articles on "how to survive" topics. This is really what i like to do/exercise.

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I have always wondered if I could build one being out in a fire. I think this definitely opened my eyes on how to discover and start my own if needed.

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One great way to survive is to make sure that you have enough food for the fire. Without food a fire seems pointless.

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I have used this trick several times before, learning it from girl scouts of course. I never thought I would find such a great article on it though.

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Great stuff, I learned how to make a fire when I was 10 in the boy scouts and I can't tell you how many times I have used that over the years.

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We had a fire at my work the other day and i was able to put it out because of my scout training. I wouldn't recommend trying to drain grease near a hot oven again.

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Believe it or not chapstic is a very important tool to have with you in the forest. I not only used it for a fire, but I used it to help my hand from stopping to bleed when I cut it on a tree branch. One of the tools of the trade for this old boyscout.

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The best and amazing fire making trick I have learned from the show named "MAN Vs Wilde". The man Bear make fire from a wood stick he called it "BARMA". Really amazing it was.

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Survival skills are important to learn, good point.

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