To make a campfire in the forest with no supplies, you will need to gather materials and use friction to create a spark and ignite the fire. Here are the steps you can follow:
- Gather materials: Look for dry twigs, branches, and leaves to use as tinder. You will also need larger pieces of wood to use as fuel for the fire. It’s best to gather these materials from the ground, as they are more likely to be dry. Avoid using green wood, as it will be difficult to ignite and will produce a lot of smoke.
- Find a suitable location: Look for a clear, flat area that is at least 10 feet away from any trees or other flammable objects. This will help prevent the fire from spreading.
- Make a fire pit: Use rocks or sticks to create a circle to contain the fire. This will help to keep the fire contained and prevent it from spreading.
- Create a spark: There are several ways to create a spark with no supplies. One method is to use the “fire plow” method, which involves rubbing a stick back and forth on a flat surface, such as a log or a piece of bark, until a spark is produced. Another method is to use the “bow drill” method, which involves using a bow to spin a stick back and forth on a flat surface, also producing a spark.
- Ignite the fire: Once you have a spark, use it to ignite the tinder (dry twigs, leaves, etc.) that you gathered. Gently blow on the tinder to help it catch fire. Once it is burning well, add larger pieces of wood to keep the fire going.
Remember to always be careful when building a fire, and never leave it unattended. It’s also a good idea to have a plan in place for extinguishing the fire before you leave.