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Building A Fire

Building a fire is easiest with a little preparation and foresight. Make sure you have gather your materials in advance. You must have a small supply or bundle of tinder, then a fibrous material such as cotton balls or dryer lint if you have it ( if not, just make do with what you have ).

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Next gather a four different sizes of wood, toothpick size, Q-Tip size, Pencil size and finally Pool Cue size. Make sure you gather enough to allow to fire to build up a base of coals.

To light the fire use a forearm-sized log as a base and windscreen for your tinder. When the tinder is lit, stack the smaller kindling against the larger log, like a lean-to, to allow oxygen to pass through and feed the flames. Add larger kindling as the flame grows, until the fire is hot enough for bigger logs.

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