No matter what kind of shape you think you’re in, training to bug out on foot and being prepared for the unique stresses it puts on your body is best accomplished practicing often with the actual gear and in the setting you’re most likely to find yourself when the SHTF.
The success of your preparedness endeavors is going to depend on how dedicated you are to following the organizational framework and procedures that you put in place.
It just goes to show that when a storm is in your path, no matter where you live, you should prepare yourself and your vehicle for the possibility of being stranded in snowy weather.
Our underlying goal in a SHTF scenario is ultimately to stay alive and live without exposure to risks. As much preparation as many of us have made, in the altered world of a SHTF crisis, there will be many dangers that lurk; and some of them will be inadvertently from our own doing.
Even when they do have a good handle on the situation, they don’t know everything. Only you can know with 100% certainty, when your life is danger.
This won’t just be a problem for California. It could easily send millions of refugees across the United States, and devastate a region that grows nearly half of America’s produce.
Why on Earth are these “megafires” chewing up the landscape of North America all of a sudden, when they were practically unheard of a generation ago?
If you walk away with anything, walk away with this – Take action today, because tomorrow may be too late.
Whether you’re being hunted for food by zombies as in “World War Z,” being chased by Homey-the-Clown and thugs with civil rioting, or whether the EMP has struck, a good A-bag and equipment can give you a better chance for success…and survival. Don’t wait to find/scrounge the tools you need. Pack it in yourself and stay ahead of the game.