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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I'm planning my evacuation route to my bugout location. I downloaded Google Earth for this and am creating a trail, trying my hardest to stay off any roads or at least major roads. Crossing under major highways along stream beds or railroad tracks. They say don't plan for a bugout location...
  2. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Check out my new used ILBE bug out bag! Mil surplus rocks...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Ok here's the deal, my Wife, kids and I live on the east coast and the rest of my family live on the west coast. My mom has 7 acres in the mountains with a complete off grid house, an ideal BOL. Our current location is basically suburbia about 60 miles south of a major metro area. We have a...
  4. Urban Survival
    My question to any urbanites-what would it take for you to head to the hills? I was talking to a co-worker about New Orleans and how a good portion of the police force just rolled out when things went south. How much would it take for you to roll out of the city, and how would you escape?
  5. Urban Survival
    What kind of tools (aside from a pocket multi-tool) or tool kit would you guys pack into a BOB to assist in bugging out of an Urban/Suburban environment? What would be the bare essentials or must-haves? I am thinking an adjustable wrench, vice-grip pliers and a couple screwdrivers(one of each...
  6. Urban Survival
    I currently live out in the woods about 3 hours north of the city where my extended family lives. I am prepared to receive them, and take them in in case of a disaster in the city, but in the case of a sudden event I'm worried that roads will be blocked, they won't know what to do and I won't be...
  7. Urban Survival
    We had a real good thread, awhile back, and I thought about it a lot,of late.http://www.survivalistboards.com/showthread.php?t=127, on evacuations. Last Saturday(12th), I left my home in Florida, heading for NW Alabama, in my van loaded with furniture, for my younger sons new home. One way the...
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