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Article 4 - Bug-in or bug-out?
By Brett Creamer

People always ask me whether or not they should bug-in or bug-out when it hits the fan. Have a bug-out plan ready, but you need to bug in as long as you can. When it is too dangerous to stay where you are, move to your secondary bug-out location. People have no idea what it would be like trying to live off the land and constantly hide from others trying to take your stuff. You would never get sleep unless you crawled up into a sewer drain. Also, try living outside for 5 days in a row in the rain; it beats you down. I have a family of 6. I have the gear for long term living outside, but it would be impossible. I would rather hold my own as long as I could in my home where I could easily board up windows and defend the family. At least we would have beds to sleep on from time to time. IF it got so bad that we were getting surrounded every night, I would slip outside, join the crowd and start taking them out from the back. Then I could get some more sleep! ;) Seriously, if it did get that bad, it is time to flee to your secondary location. Also, having people stay with you is a must! They can help with security and it will allow you all to get some much needed sleep.

 


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