The Method of the day for Survivalists:
Howdy… Jason here and the ability to light a fire first time – even with wet wood – is one of the basic survival skills you need to master.
And it will be a snap with these powerful tips …
Even when dead branches are soaked with rain, stripping off the bark will likely provide dry inner wood that will burn quite readily.
Keep a particular look out for branches from pine trees and pine needles. These have a high resin content (as you’ll discover if you ever make the mistake of parking your car under one on a hot day!).
The pine resin is highly flammable, helping your fire will burn brightly regardless of the rain.
Break the branches into pieces about a foot (30 cm) long and pile them into a cone shape.
This is particularly important if you want to keep the fire going in the rain, because a cone presents the least surface area to the rain.
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P.S. In my next email I’ll reveal the important skill of making smoke signals to enable rescuers to pinpoint your location. So be sure not to miss it.
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