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This Swedish Torch And Stove is Truly Mind-Boggling

Last updated on May 30th, 2016 at 11:33 pm

Making a camp fire burn longer could be a daunting task. It is, therefore, important that you know the
basics of making a campfire. Strive for a camp fire that can sustain itself, burns for a really long time, and
can even be used for cooking.

Remember to also make sure that you are aware of forest regulations regarding the collection of wood.

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In cases where the camp site is wet, try to look for wood that is standing upright because it would be
drier than those lying down. You don’t need to look for really big logs; reasonably sized branches will do
the trick for you. Once you find the wood you need, cut them according to the size you need. A reliable
saw would be helpful in this task. Look for flexible, tiny branches as well because they can be used to tie
the wood together. Ensure that you tie the wood at the bottom so it will not catch fire and send your
wood in all directions thus rendering your Swedish torch useless.

After tying the wood together, put some small branches in between them. You may also use tree bark if
there is any. You can choose to have a DIY or ready‐made tinder to be placed in the middle of the wood,
then light it. Once it ignites and the fire works its way around your wood, the wet branches will
eventually catch fire as well because the heat will dry them out and make them burn. You can then put a
pot or a kettle on top of your Swedish torch and start cooking.

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