How To Build A Split Wood Fire
Having the ability to build a fire in an emergency situation is arguably one of the most important survival skills a person can have. Building fire under optimal conditions and perfectly dry resources is pretty easy to do. But many times when a fire is NEEDED, its because conditions are not optimal, in fact they may be down right nasty. If you were out in the wet and rainy wilderness, with no fire starting tinder on your person or in your pack, could you get a fire going? For many people the answer is NO. However, after you watch the video below the answer will be YES.
Even in rainy and wet environments, if there is wood to fuel a fire, then there is tinder and dry wood to get it started. All you have to do is know how to get the tinder and dry wood and how to make it usable.
Check out the video below to learn how to Build a Split Wood Fire
Have you ever tried to build a split wood fire? If so please tell us how you go about it in the comments below!
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