How To Start a Fire After It Has Rained - While it may seem very difficult to get a fire started after it's rained, if you don't live in an incredibly humid place, learning the skill of getting a fire running while conditions are still pretty wet is actually not too bad.
homestead back to nature - salmon on cedar plank - open fire
How to Make Firestarters
Swedish candle. Even if I am Swedish I have never seen this before but I will defiantly give it a try..
Survival Cooking: How to Use a Dutch Oven
Of all the tools you can use to cook food off the grid, the best one is the Dutch oven. Every prepper should get one and learn how to use it.
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How To Build a Matchless Fire
How To Build a Matchless Fire | campinglivezcampinglivez
10 Clever Ideas That Will Make Camping Easier And More Fun
Camping fore starters, simple! Dryer lint and paper towel/ toilet paper tubes. DIY
How to: Make a Swedish Flame
To Make a Swedish Flame, stabilize the log, chainsaw 4 full diameter cuts 3/4 down the 30" length of the log. [mcg]
Making and using bow drill to make fire. Survival skills. Even though I stock up on matches & lighters
Self-Feeding Fire Burns For 14 Hours Plus!
Ingenious way to keep a fire going all night, and not have to get up to stoke it. Now I have seen this done several times, but never actually tried it. As long as the supports don't catch on fire, then you are golden! #campfire #camping #outdoors
Firewood Jewelry Box
The froe is an awesome tool that can stand in for long ripping cuts on straight-grained wood. Many times, using a froe is much faster (and cleaner) than a rip cut. Batonning chisels can be pressed into similar service but the simplicity of the froe makes it a superlative tool for it's intended purpose.
Camping is great! Spending time in the heart of nature and enjoying some great barbecues can be a lot of fun. But there are also some downsides of camping, such as setting up a campfire and maintaining it.