Learn to Make a Fire Using a Bamboo Fire Saw
At Coastal Expeditions, we try and tap into our wild side regularly through immersing ourselves in the creeks, rivers, forests, and beaches of the Lowcountry. We invite anyone with adventure on their mind to come learn how to thrive in these environments without the modern conveniences of today's world.
We are starting a series of survival skills classes beginning with the most important: How to start a fire! Wilderness guide and survivalist Kevin Regan is leading these classes, starting with the versatility of a plant that grows nearly everywhere today, bamboo! Learn how to start, maintain and cook on a fire make by friction using bamboo cane. This can be a hugely educational experience, fun for families, or the individual looking to enhance their outdoor skills.
Class: Saturday, November 12, 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. at Huger Landing Park
Wilderness guide and survivalist Kevin Regan starting a fire by friction
BUNDLE & SAVE!
We are offering a discount if you take two classes. Just let us know and we'll take $28 off!
• Survival style knife
-Fixed Blade with a full tang is best, approximate 4 inch blade;
-Suggestions: Morakniv Companion (very affordable), ESEE Knives, SOG, Helle, Ka-Bar
• Work/garden gloves
• Small Saw
$65/12 & under
Park at Huger Landing
(Directions to follow)
6 hour Class
This is a very active day that will require a moderate level of physical fitness
WHAT TO WEAR:
• Hat & comfortable clothes,
• Closed toe shoes
• Work gloves
You may also want to bring a change of clothes and a swimsuit. You'll be working hard, and you may want to get in the water!