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This is a feather stick. It is simple to make and a great way to start a fire. You take some dry wood and with your knife shave slivers of wood but keep them attached to the piece of wood. The shavings of wood now become your tinder that help get the larger chunk of wood burning. This photo shows pieces of char cloth in it to start your fire. I use char cloth or cotton balls covered in Vaseline.

This is a feather stick. It is simple to make and a great way to start a fire. You take some dry wood and with your knife shave slivers of wood but keep them attached to the piece of wood. The shavings of wood now become your tinder that help get the larger chunk of wood burning. This photo shows pieces of char cloth in it to start your fire. I use char cloth or cotton balls covered in Vaseline.

Okame cherry blossoms Bonsai workshop HaruYoshimi blog | February 2014

Okame cherry blossoms Bonsai workshop HaruYoshimi blog | February 2014

7 Survival Life Hacks That Could Save Your Life - SHTF Preparedness

7 Survival Life Hacks That Could Save Your Life - SHTF Preparedness

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bonsai

The Forgotten Skills of Self-Sufficiency Used by the Mormon Pioneers

How to choose your next National Heritage Area to visit!

The Forgotten Skills of Self-Sufficiency Used by the Mormon Pioneers

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mame bonsai

Are You Prepared for an Emergency? A pediatrician mom explains her emergency kit. Really good information!

Are You Prepared for a Natural Disaster?

Are You Prepared for an Emergency? A pediatrician mom explains her emergency kit. Really good information!

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bonsai

A Better Way to Stack Firewood Scandinavian people have been taking wood heat seriously for centuries longer than we have. They also stack wood in round piles. Round piles take less time to stack, they shed water better than straight piles, and they’re more stable. At least if you understand a few tricks for building them right.

A Better Way to Stack Firewood

A Better Way to Stack Firewood Scandinavian people have been taking wood heat seriously for centuries longer than we have. They also stack wood in round piles. Round piles take less time to stack, they shed water better than straight piles, and they’re more stable. At least if you understand a few tricks for building them right.

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