My Plans Would Probally be exactly the same for when my family prepared for if the year 2000 went tits-up... I am right in the middle of Great Britain
(IoM) so it would be alot of radioactive fallout, but we wouldnt get hit, unless some nuclear missle missed or something.
The plans however, were to completely baricade the perimiter and turn the house into a more fortified structure... and live of everything we stocked
up... for the food side of things we stocked up alot of food (mostly tinned) in one of our garages, this would have lasted fine if it had gone wrong
in 2000, because we still have some of the food left in the garage!!
For when that runs out, we've got fishing nets and kyaks to go fishing, we grow our own vegatables and can always go hunting too..
For the water side of things, we got a NATO Standard water filter tap installed, which will purify anything toxic out of the water.
As for cooking and heating, we have plenty of Petrol, Oil, Gas and Coal... nevermind wood!! And we have a Stanley cooker, which will burn any rubbish,
coal and wood, and we also have a gas fired oven and hotplate.
For home protection, there is a collection of guns and ammunition downstairs.. along with a varity of other weapons, but I dont suppose there would be
too much uprising, as I live in a small community, but then again, when food and water is scarce... you'll do and go where ever and whatever to get
There are tablets that you can take to stop the radioactivity effecting you, there are certain glands that fill up with chemicals, and if they arnt
full then the radioactivity fills up the rest and you become infected, there are tablets to fill up these glands to prevent this... its not going to
stop 100% of all radioactivity, but its better than nothing!!
If I ever needed to buy anything we had lots of different currencies (including hard currencies eg - gold and silver) to use to bargin for things we
Now all I have to do is hope that the IoM doesnt get hit by a missle and I should survive!!
Sounds like im pretty sorted... does it not?