…is ridiculously difficult, apparently. Tyler and I bundled up for another fire-making adventure- this time, on a snowy, -3 degree ("feels like -27") evening. Despite our best efforts, we were largely unsuccessful. I got a little tinder lit using our fire steel, but we were lacking a good supply of small twigs. Somehow everything we found was still a little green and refused to light. With the help of some alcohol, and then some gasoline, we managed to briefly sustain a teensy fire, but overall, if this was the Oregon Trail or something, we'd be dead: Game Over. It was a really good learning experience, though! We have a lot to learn about winter fire-making…not that we'll really need it on our trip or anything, but it sure is fun!