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    I just started watching your videos on you tube and wanted to tell you there great! I never thought of using pine sap for torches. I now live in vermont and will be trying some of what you show. I may have learned something, who'da thunk. Anyway thanks for the video, and keep the coming. Jim
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    Just woke up, Not much work lately but this week is full, Thank God. Went fishing a few imes this past week did OK. We will get togeather here pretty soon for a walkabout.
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    Sorry I missed your message, I had guests for a week. I would realy like to see what your working on.
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    Gotcha, Stay in touch.
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    Man I would Like to, But Im working for the next several days strait, Mabey after the 1st of April. Thanks for the invite.
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    Gene, glad you guys had a good time. Health provided, I love canoeing, let me know.

    Pete
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    The web site I was talking about is www.survivalistboards.com Ckech it out.
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    Got it, See you there 9am.
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    I won't be able to make it again. I had to go back to the doctor yesterday cause I've been having alot of pain still. He said he doesn't want me doing anything that requires me to be on my feet too much. I'm sorry, it feels like I'm not ment to meet any of you guys, it's starting to really pizz me off.
    I see RWB may go, so I hope you guys have a safe trip and a good time. Please keep in touch.

    Pete
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    Are you still on for sat.?
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Scorpion oil lamp: The Archaic Smokeless Fire

by erunkiswldrnssurvival on 08-15-2008 at 01:57 AM
The aperatus is simple, a shallow pottery bowl,
a handfull of fine gravel,four stones fashioned to
look like a scorpion,one or more wicks
(red belt bracket)and enough oil to fill the bowl.
Used for cooking,heating,and ligthing,the Scorpion motif is a powerful survival tool.without
the poisonous smoke of a wood fire,you can
heat the inside of a snow shelter or tent.Also
known as a kudlijk(Eskimo oil stove)they were used for tens of centuries for

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