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I never learned to make a fire when I was young. So when my family decided to escape Los Angeles for a cabin in the woods, I asked the man who delivered our firewood for some tips.
He told me layers are best: a little paper, some dry pine needles, then a few chunks of fire starter, followed by the wood. But he forgot to mention one critical element: space.
We carefully constructed a dense pile of every fuel known to man, and then threw matches at it unsuccessfully