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post #12 of 19 (permalink) Old 01-25-2015, 02:10 PM
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Excellent teaching Buckethead . I tried the same thing with my daughter ( 9 yrs. old ) . We used the cottonball & Vasoline tinder trick . After 10 minutes of striking the cotton flamed up . She then dumped her entire bunch of leaves & pine needles directly on the flame ..... POOF out it went .... . OK , time for a little more instruction .....
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One question, does your home have a sprinkler system?
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Kids who build fires out side. Not put match to gas but actually build a fire don't play with fire in house. My son totally burnt up the metal lid to my trash can for garage building fire in driveway. Atr send me P.M. I have something that will spark his interest. Thanks

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Man thats really cool! Glad to hear he is interested in that stuff.......WAY WAY better than some darn game controller!!
game controller ? you mean a Game Warden ? Poor Mr. Game Warden.

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He probably would have started it easier if he has a fedora to use as kindling.

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Now wee man can build a fire and make a spit and cook those 4 squirrels he got,he knows how to survive, good coaching , Buckethead.....
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Excellent teaching Buckethead . I tried the same thing with my daughter ( 9 yrs. old ) . We used the cottonball & Vasoline tinder trick . After 10 minutes of striking the cotton flamed up . She then dumped her entire bunch of leaves & pine needles directly on the flame ..... POOF out it went .... . OK , time for a little more instruction .....
Second the 'get the kids out of in front of the video games" and into the game of life...

I also do the cotton balls with Vaseline but I add dryer lint that we collect off the dryer screen and that stays lit really nice. I will make up 3-4 set ups in small zip lock bags for a fishing trip and such and has not let us down yet.

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