Wet Weather Fire Lighting. Page Two.

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    Building a cone like shape of twigs that stand about a foot from the ground you can still get a pretty decent fire going so long as the twigs you choose are dry enough to begin with. Of course it will form a tipi that stands tall enough through the sticks and this will grant heat efficient enough to rise from its base. This in turn will help to dry out the sticks from within and eventually starting a flame. Thank you for sharing.
     
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