A real kid pleaser, it lights up like human hair soaked in gasoline - smells way better thankfully.
Next - find dry wood. You’ll be able to find some, underneath big logs or overhanging trees. A small hatchet really comes in handy, as splitting the wood goes a long long way in terms of getting the party started.
Lots of great input. A picked up a nice little hatchet (Schrade $27) and ordered a European Ferro rod (8"). I will make a handle for the rod out of duck tape with shaved magnesium on the sticky side to use as "fire starter". Also some cotton balls soaked in Vaseline and some fat wood sticks. Finding and processing dry (enough) wood will be something that I plan to practice at. Making a fire as quickly and easily as possible with various materials and tools in different kinds of forest and weather, requires both knowledge and practice. It's fun learning new things.