The ability to start a fire during a disaster might just save your life. Protecting yourself from the elements during an emergency or on a family camping trip is essential. Frostbite can set in quickly, potentially causing the loss of fingers and toes — and could even lead to a deadly case of hypothermia.
Starting a fire in the rain, blowing wind, or amid falling snow is not an easy task.
Carrying fire starters with you while camping, in an emergency kit in your car, and even on an afternoon hike out into the woods can help you get a warm flame going when facing a dire situation.
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