To Build a Fire

Why must the man stop and build a second fire?

why must he build a second fire?

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Basically because he is wet. The man's foot breaks through some thin ice in the creek. It is so cold outside that the man has no choice but to light a fire and dry out. If he did not, hypothermia would set in within a few minutes. He would also lose his foot.