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When I make char cloth I just throw the tin into the fire the "smoke" coming from the hole is SUPER Flamable so I use that to my advantage.

Thanks for the Video! Good Job
 

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I once dug a dakota hole when it was really windy. The problem that I encountered but didn't plan on was ROOTS. It took a long time to dig a little one foot by one foot hole because I had to cut my way through what seemed like miles of roots. I had already set up my camp site, so I couldn't pick a better place to dig.

Once I got it dug and lit (lighting was a little more difficult than a normal fire) it worked great. Great way to cook.
 

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Excellent video AAPEXX, great job too, keep it all up.
 

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Nice Job! My son & I made one in the back yard. Since it was our first time, we used a regular shovel and a little hand spade. Always good to try it under favorable conditions first!

Thanks fr posting!
 
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