Thursday, October 28, 2010

Occasional Definitions: Ground Fire

Sharing hotness with the world at large.

Ground Fire:
A forest fire that stays on or near the ground, without leaping up tree trunks and getting into the tree crowns.

Ground Fire: When the ground burns. Caused by using nuclear devices as fire starters (also known as "overkill").

Ground Fire: Freeze-dried fire in powder form. Handy but expensive. To use, just rip open foil pouch, add hot water and wait five minutes. Comes in yellow, orange, red-orange, red, and three levels of hotness.

From: Fire In Your Hand About ultralight backpacking stoves. (print)

PDF: Fire In Your Hand (The same, but now paper-free.)