posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 04:51 PM
Bugging out completely depends on the situation. The bag is part of your preparation, in the case your home is wiped out in a hurricane, tornado,
fire, or some other form of natural disaster. In many cases rescue crews can't get to you as quickly as you would hope and having the proper
preparations can help assure your survival, especially in the case of injury.
In the case of Marshal law or similar, I am not sitting around waiting for military, or Police, to come to my front door demanding firearms etc. My
bag is packed, the tent is packed, everything else will be pulled together and thrown in the back of my truck. A term that goes along with your B.O.B.
(bug out bag) is your B.O.L. (bug out location), a spot you are very familiar with and well off the beaten path. I know several routes to my B.O.L.
that would help me fly under the radar so to speak.
I don't want something like this to happen, I don't count on something like this happening, but I am prepared in the event that it does. Most of my
preparations have come from my love of hunting, hiking and camping, so the tools tend to go hand in hand. I live in the suburbs and wouldn't want to
spend allot of time around the masses if SHTF! This is why I have a specific BOL('s) planned for that just in case scenario. I recommend the same to
anyone living in a urban setting to have a remote area scouted out, as well as planned evacuation route's.
This is not over the top, or extraordinary preparation, this is just an understanding that not everything in this world goes as planned and I refuse
to be herded with the sheep!!!
edit on 6/16/2011 by TheRealTruth84 because: (no reason given)