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Heat Your Primitive Shelter

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Nothing in the backcountry gives off heat like a fire. That’s why our recent ancestors built fireplaces in their log cabins, and why more remote forebears burned fires in whatever structure they called home. Since it’s not wise to have a fire in a primitive hut made of sticks and dry vegetation (or a cave, for that matter), it’s good to know other ways to heat your living and sleeping area. By digging a hot rock heating pit in the dirt floor of a shelter, you can enjoy the heat of a fire – with far less danger. Here’s how.
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