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Which state is best to homestead and be self-sufficient?
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Yeah...but they are surrounded by huge cities will millions of people, and its not a very big area, just a little island of forest in the middle of a huge population. I don't see how it wouldn't just be over run.

I'd want a place big enough to get lost in.
While it's true that it's not "the big empty"

...there's WELL under 20 people per mile around me, and while there ARE cities....

There's no "easy" ways to get there from here.

Refugees aren't going to take "the road less traveled " over and over, and over and over, and over and over, and past the banjo's playing, and over, and over, and across the dropped bridge(s), and over, and over, and over, and cut up the trees across the road, and over, and over, and over, and off blacktop, and over, and over, and over, and up the road/track that often Need 4x4 NOW, and over, and over..... etc
Hours and hours away (from a city) on a GOOD day.

There's more livestock around me than people
The people are used to being poor and making due
And we have water.... something that's far more of an issue in the west (and along with the cold... the top 2 reasons I ruled it out.)

I've visited 47 states...
And I have several thousand unoccupied acres around me, my nearest neighbor on the single road is 1/2 mile away
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