Re: Flint and Steel
Olan Watkins (o.watkins@GENIE.GEIS.COM)
Sat, 2 Apr 1994 00:46:00 BST
Depends on the natural resourses available, I have had some luck useing dry
inner cedar bark that has been crushed and torn into fine bits. I think that
birch bark can also be used, but have never had that available. Anything
that you use need to be very dry and in very fine or small strips, almost
like heavy dust.
Cotton balls and clothes dryer lint will also work, but that is again not a
natural thing found in the field.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City