After the past few years we've seen in the United States, it seems to me that the possibility of having to evacuate has become more and more likely.
What with the wildfires (and not just in California – we've seen them in Colorado, Tennessee, and North Carolina to name a few), the industrial accidents, the hurricanes, the floods, and even volcanos, it seems that disaster can strike anywhere. And it can strike in a way that makes it impossible for you to hunker down safely at home.
I know that for most of us, bugging in is Plan A. Unfortunately, there are situations that make it by far the more dangerous choice. So even if bugging out is a last resort, you need to have a plan.
I can help you with that plan.
Introducing The Bug Out Book
Our newest PDF is 83 pages of information about evacuating. Here's the Table of Contents:
What to do well before you ever need to evacuate
Where will you go?
How will you get to your destination?
Should you stay or should you go?
When should you go?
What to do if you have a few days to get ready
What to do if you have a couple of hours to get ready
What to do if you have a couple of minutes to get ready
Evacuating with pets
Evacuating a homestead
What if you miss your opportunity to evacuate?
What if you can't afford to evacuate?
What you should know about going to a shelter
Replacing documents after a disaster
BONUS: THE KING FIRE CHRONICLES