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So your bug out bag is packed, your bug out vehicle has a full tank of gas, and you’re ready to go at a moment’s notice. But where exactly are you going? Although there are a few options for those who don’t have a bug out location, you’ll be much better off if you stake out a good location ahead of time.
But it shouldn’t be just any piece of land. If there’s no water, trees, or good soil at your bug out location, then you may as well not even have one. So what sort of features should you look for in a good bug out location? Tin Hat Ranch wrote an awesome article about this.
The author writes, “Going green into purchasing a bug out location can yield one or many major flaws in your post-SHTF plans. Sure, our ancestors showed up to a location in the woods with a flintlock and an axe and lived, but most of us wouldn’t have the first clue what to do. They had the opportunity to pick the land of their choosing and literally stake it out.” Follow the link below to keep reading.