How to Make Fire in the Snow: The Wooden Campfire Ring: Art of Drying Wood




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  1. I love fire making. And here in Oregon, it's ALWAYS wet for the next 6 months. Definitely a good tip! I've been enjoying Bigfoot Bushcraft's fire starter plugs lately — good stuff, too. I bought it because I liked the name, but the stuff works well.

  2. Stones around the fire heat up though, might not be real substantial but i suppose in some cases that radiating heat from the rocks would be nice. Also, he who has never had to deal with snowy damp logs for a fire, must be stuck in the city.

  3. Can't wait! A friend and I have started a tradition of going out for a couple nights the last weekend in January. So much fun! Lot of work involved, but still a damn good time!

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