If all hell breaks loose and civilization begins to crumble, it might be a good idea to stay home for as long as you safely can. Here are some of my reasons:
1. You’ll be unwelcomed. Nobody wants strangers to show up in their town or neighborhood when all hell breaks.
2. Compromised secondary location. Your new location may already be compromised.
3. Difficult mobility. When systems break down, things stop working and it takes longer to get to places.
4. Vulnerability. You’ll be much more vulnerable when you travel to a new location.
5. Too many unknown variables. When if you lose communication? The vehicle breaks down. You get robbed.
6. Familiarity with your current environment. You know the people in your neighborhood. You know the threats.
7. Resources are plentiful at home. You will never have more resources than what you already have in your home.
8. If you’re bugging out, how many other people will be bugging.
Author: Reginald Kaigler
Location: Pikeville, KY