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Start a Fire

Start a Fire

Being able to start a fire is a critical survival skill to know in the wilderness. Fire can warm you up and prevent the onset of hypothermia. Fire can cook food. Fire can boil water, purifying it from any harmful bacteria. And fire can serve as an affective signaling method to alert rescuers to your position. And while fire can be a life-saver, it can also be a life-threatening hazard if you’re not careful. A windy day and a dry…

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Cooking with Tinfoil

Cooking with Tinfoil

Cooking with tinfoil is a convenient and effective way to cook on the campfire without the use of pots, pans, stoves, or cooking spits. With just a few small sheets of aluminum foil, you can cook fish, chicken, beef, corn, potatoes, and many other foods. Aluminum foil cooking is also a good idea even if you have a Dutch over or pots and pans. For example, you can quickly and easily line your cookware with foil for a quick clean-up…

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