Should we stay or should we go now?

We will talk about Sheltering Inplace (Bugging-In) and Evacuating (Bugging-Out). It is important to have a plan for both scenarios. What is your plan?

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  • Jason

    Great presentation. I like the two sided approach.

    1 · February 17, 2014

  • larry b.

    excellant meeting, Curt. This is a fundamental question, one which I still struggle with. Thank you for bringing it to the forefront again.

    1 · February 16, 2014

  • Pat

    Excellent information shared - Really made me start to think

    1 · February 12, 2014

  • Blondie

    If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. We practice fire/tornado drills at work and no one considers that strange. Nor is this.

    1 · February 10, 2014

  • Richard B.

    Wish I could but I'm working nights that night

    February 10, 2014

  • Blondie

    Looking forward to this.

    February 5, 2014

  • Fred

    It depends.
    - how long the threatening event is projected to last?
    - local only disaster - tornado for example?
    - do I really have an alternate place to go?
    - can I really leave? eg. police demand "shelter" in place
    - do you live in house or apt?

    Stay in place (this applies to your bug out location too)
    - Electricity? Generator use in town? Fuel for generator? Storage of fuel?
    - Food? How much real survival dry food eg. Mtn House
    - How long will local water supply last? City well pumps cease to supply water to the water towers? Purity of it?
    -Security? Guns and ammo? Police confiscation? do you know Wisconsin law regarding confiscation?[masked] Prohibition against restricting firearms or
    ammunition during emergency.
    - Heat? natural gas? Wood firplace? Wood for fireplace? How cold does your basement really get?
    - room for close family displaced from elsewhere?

    Long term - economic collapse. goods and services for trade or barter? A garden?

    1 · February 4, 2014

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