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08/22/2018 / By Ralph Flores
Fire is a requirement when camping or surviving outdoors. You can use it to boil water, cook food, light up the dark, and get warm. However, most people only know how to make a fire in dry weather, using wood that can easily be ignited. Here are some things to consider when you’re making a fire in damp weather. (h/t to KnowPrepareSurvive.com.)
Learning to light a fire may be a key survival skill — but it doesn’t have to be a dull experience. You can study it together with your family. That way, you’re not only having fun — you’re also preparing them for what lies ahead. (Related: Camping: A great way to practice how to live after SHTF.)
Read more ways to survive in the wild by visiting Preparedness.news today.
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