posted on Aug, 27 2007 @ 08:17 PM
I would imagine it would probably be somewhere in or near mountains. The first thing that comes to my mind would be the somewhere in the Smoky
Mountains. There's lots of fresh water and small game, and fish too. It stays fairly cool in the mountains and when winter comes you can go down the
mountains to where its warmer. Not a lot of people there either. The pacific northwest wouldn't be bad either, except it's a fairly populated area.
But it all depends on how resourceful you are and what environments you feel comfortable in. Most people in my area wouldn't last a week if the SHTF
due to the lack of abundant fresh water. The nearest source of fresh water that isn't on a farm and full of cow crap is probably 30 or 40 miles away,
unless I felt like digging a well, in which case it's only 5 miles to a huge aquifer system. Not to mention the hurricanes and powerful thunderstorms
that pound us in the late summer/ fall, with the occasional tornado thrown in for good measure. We have abundant sources of food, however, and the
thick woods help immensely if you have to hide, especially from people who aren't accustomed to the area. But the main factors in this are your own
skills and resources. If you aren't comfortable somewhere or your skills don't apply to the area you are in, you should be someplace else.