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#35151 - 03/18/14 09:25 PM Re: Advanced fire techniques [Re: elof_alv]
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Originally Posted By: elof_alv
Swedish torch, the tied branch variety rather than split log.
Lifts the fire off the ground, so snow and water are less of an issue, fairly easy to cobble together, and additionally can be used to start a ground based fire once it's going strong. Even cooking on it is possible if done right.
And portable to a degree.


Elof! Great addition. Never tried that. High on my list of things to try. Thanks.

-carl
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#35733 - 04/10/14 07:37 PM Re: Advanced fire techniques [Re: Thesnakeman2]
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thanks for all the suggestions
i have been doing a bunch of practice this past couple of weeks and the class is this weekend so hopefully i will be able to teach effectively
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#35742 - 04/11/14 01:40 AM Re: Advanced fire techniques [Re: Thesnakeman2]
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Good luck with the class!

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#35750 - 04/11/14 11:28 PM Re: Advanced fire techniques [Re: Thesnakeman2]
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thx
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#35758 - 04/12/14 03:35 PM Re: Advanced fire techniques [Re: Hard Knocks]
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Originally Posted By: Hard Knocks
Good luck with the class!


DITTO! Let us know how it turned out.

-carl
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