We RVers spend a lot of time outdoors. And one skill we all should have is the ability to start a fire without machos.
Recently, at a winter campout we did in Michigan's snowy Upper Peninsula, Roadtreking regular Kiki Dunigan did a demonstration in how easy it is to start a fire with a magnesium striker, an inexpensive but very handy piece of survival gear that belongs in ever RVer's emergency pack.
Occupationally, Kiki is a naturalist with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. She loves the woods and wilds and has been a part of our various Roadtreking gatherings group for the past several years. She's also a regular on our Facebook Group.
Here's a demonstration on her showing our group how its done.
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