7 Uses Of A Fire

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A fire is a great help to all of those in the wilderness.

When you’re lost and alone in the wilderness without knowing what your next move is or should be, make a fire. There’s a reason why making a fire is the first and foremost step you need to make, and why it’s man’s greatest invention and aid.

1. It provides you with heat/warmth

This is essential for those that are in the wilderness during the winter, but it’s equally essential any time of the year. In some places, a need for warmth can still be present even in the summer, so with the help of a fire you’ll stay warm and remain motivated and positive.

2. It leads the animal intruders away from your area

Animals are a natural part of the wild; it’s actually their home. But, you don’t want them invading your space. It creates fear, and it may even be dangerous, but luckily animals have an instinct that allows you to repel them.

They’re afraid of fire as they regard it as dangerous. When animals see the campfire, their instinct tells them to move away from your area.

3. It repels annoying insects

Bugs hate smoke, and the campfire lets off a lot of smoke. This smoke will discourage many pesky insects from entering your area, and it will also drive away the ones that already inherited your site. This will work on mosquitoes, dragonflies and other buggy creatures.

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