I received the following tips from a reader who evidently wished to remain anonymous as he emailed me this.
Thank you for sharing!
When I was an infantry soldier I learned to be almost comfortable, sometimes, living in the field.
If I were on this E&E with Henry I would suggest to him:
1. that he fold the mylar space blanket which allegedlyreflects 80% heat, cut a neckhole (reinforced with duct tape), and wear it as a liner under the hooded poncho; and
2. that the candle in a small hole would allow heat to rise inside his poncho. (or a candle lantern hanging on a stick across the hole or a small fire if wood is dry enough to not give off smoke); and
3. that we catch fish with the six fishhooks and braided 50 lb test Spiderwire that I always carry in my wallet .
The teacandle heats the aluminum body of the lantern which radiates much heat. I keep a candle lantern, with extra teacandles stored inside, in each vehicle and in my bicycle GHB .
Thanks once again! These are tips that we all can use!
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