posted on Feb, 10 2009 @ 10:00 AM
The Idaho mountains, northeast of Cascade Idaho. Clean water, hot springs, salmon, deer, elk and plenty of fire wood. Less than 2.5 hous drive with an
Bugging-out, though this is a difficult decision and as a last resort to this economic downturn, the following should prove helpful:
A) A location with-in 100 miles that can provide water, soil for gardens, timber for shelter and heating and wildlife (deer, elk, salmon) for food.
This location should be off the beaten path and within 5 miles of resources such as old buildings, cabins or alike in which to gleen materials.
B) Immediate shelter, a recreational vehicle.
C) A supply of dried foods, garden seeds (a seed bank) and clorox to purify water (16 drops per gallon).
D)A inexpensive barrel stove
E) Shovels, ax's, roto-tiller, chain saw, sledge hammer & splitting wedge an minimum.
F) Fire arms with a reasonable supply of bullets. (Suggest a Ruger 10/22 and something along the lines of a AR14)
G) Your FISHING POLE..
With the basic's you can survive for years, but it won't be easy, and the winters will be long and cold. You'll have plenty to do during the
non-winter months getting ready to survive the winter.
Above all, be safe, prevent accidents, avoid detection and confrontation, and above all have a fall-back plan.
Signed: Idaho Chex