How To Build A Campfire With Wet Wood

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    MattS
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    This is from Survivalist Blog, Useful info to keep in mind, when needed.

    How To Build A Campfire With Wet Wood (Bushcraft Skills)

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    Tony Koretz
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    It’s an excellent article…thanks for posting it Matt, This part of the article really worth it on it’s own, even without all the other great info in it!

    Tinder refers to small, highly flammable materials that help ignite kindling when preparing your fire. Tinder can be difficult to find in wet-weather situations because many materials have been dampened, but it is something that can easily be prepared and packed. Some examples of tinder include cotton balls soaked in petroleum jelly, wax-coated wooden toothpicks, paper/wood chippings, dryer lint and other highly flammable, compact items.

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