posted on Dec, 4 2012 @ 01:45 AM
This has just been a curiosity for me. If you have spent ample time and money getting together supplies, food, water, and defense for whatever reason
you think will happen, what would happen to your stockpile after you are gone?
In other words, you spent a considerable amount of time and money, preparing yourself and your home for a stressful situation, right? It is important.
Hopefully, you will never need to use it, have you considered what would happen to it, after you are gone?
Say you have a heart attack tomorrow, or a car accident, and don't see your plan to fruition?
do you leave your supplies to family? With instructions? Do you leave your food to a church or food pantry?
Have you left implicit instructions on what to do, in the hopes that it will be passed down through the family?
I am just curious, if you have made arrangements for your legacy, on the chance that you never got to use them?
For many, it was a considerable investment, you don't want neighbors or relatives you don't like, ransacking the place and taking their next
edit on 4-12-2012 by nixie_nox because: (no reason given)