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Upside down camp fire in woodland ~ by WoodlandsTV

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http://www.woodlands.co.uk/ An upside down fire offers several advantages in a woodland setting, which survival expert Sean Collins demonstrates. He also offers tips on using a fire steel and answers that perennial problem - why does the smoke always seem to blow towards me?

Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 21 July, 2011

10 comments so far

stonybrokebushcraf
July 22, 2011

very professional my friend and a good demo

colddrake80
July 22, 2011

Very nice video. I'll bet this method will work well for lighting a hobo stove. Those can be a bit difficult to work with when trying to start the fire from the bottom up.

Matt Dasilva
July 22, 2011

Brilliant! I never would of thought of that reason for the smoke always coming at me. Love your video. Matt in Minnesota

Houba Hop
July 25, 2011

Does it work with damp wood? Because with the tepee method you can burn damp and even green wood.

stonybrokebushcraf
July 29, 2011

@seanandfreddie1 ok mate will i do

Kushtov
January 9, 2012

hahahaha lmao omfg finally an explanation about why smoke coming towards me x3
all this years of frustration i've lived (20) are now gone… i wont get frustrated anymore cuz now i know the phyisics around this ''unluckyness'' phenomenon xD my dad will be surprised lol

thnx man!!

Priscilla Smit
August 7, 2013

if a fire is good and hot, you can burn everyting. nomatter your set-up

Matthew Muzzy
January 13, 2014

no dude.. smoke follows beauty XD .. eh, its what dad always said .

TheMADGUY50
August 5, 2016

That was instructive and enjoyable and old 😀

1acroyear1
May 30, 2018

What the fuck is wrong with the second cameraman? Is he retarded or drunk?

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