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My Fire Kit - Follow-up Video

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A quick followup video showing my the typical fire kit that I carry.

 
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1 Tuesday, 19 February 2013 21:16
Jackpine Savage
I've found that if I melt some parafin and then mix petroleum jelly into it until its a thick gravy like consistency before adding the cotton balls, its less messy to handle once it cools. But you need to pull it apart and fluff up the cotton to get it lit.

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  • Nettle
  • Daisy leaf
  • Gorse flower
  • Primrose
  • Daffodil Flower (the rest of the plant is poisonous)
  • Greater Plantain
  • Ribwort Plantain
  • Buck's Horn Plantain (coastal)
  • Scurvy Grass
  • Hogweed
  • Chickweed
  • Sea beet
  • Sea Radish
  • Pennywort
  • hawkbit
  • Watercress
  • Alexanders
  • Chirvil (Careful as Hemlock Water-Dropwort is starting to sprout now and looks very similar, but is deadly poisonous!)
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  • Sea Purslane
  • Rock Samphire
  • Common Sorrel
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  • Three-cornered leek
  • Seaweeds

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