Too much time passes before realizing it’s not just another rolling blackout. Group members are scattered all over the city, with several key members out of town on business unable to make it back.Stress and panic reign as 2000 pounds of equipment fail to fit into an ill-conceived bug-out vehicle and trailer because there isn’t a destination with pre-positioned supplies.We all have ideas of how a worst-case scenario event may play out.Todd does too and he does an excellent job of filtering out the dream and focusing on the gut wrenching reality of what we’ll face.
If funds dictate the purchase of small HAM hand held radios for each member, then by all means do so.
It will be a trying time for all involved, but success can be achieved if you a clear and concise strategy in place. Solar storm, nuclear EMP, or a derivatives crash; any one of these could trigger a national or worldwide socio-economic collapse on a scale nobody has ever seen, with the subsequent destruction of life, liberty and property almost unimaginable.
Out of the smoke and stench of the collapse, one nasty fact remains; not living full time at a retreat will require bugging out, it’s just a matter of time.
Alternative Routes It’s critical that two distinct routes are mapped with different rally points on the way to the final destination.
The first route will be for an early bug-out, when the timing is perfect and all the roads will still be open, as mass panic has not ensued.We will try and help you create a bug-out plan and cover the basics of retreat selection by using an easy outline that forces you to really think through this critical aspect of survival.