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If at all possible, you should choose a bug out location that is very remote yet close enough to drive to in a single day. Unfortunately, not everybody has such a location. The only bug out location that some people can find and/or afford takes two or more days to reach. For them, reaching their destination is going to be a long and dangerous journey, and they should prepare accordingly.
In this article, Bob from Prepper’s Will talks about 9 things you should consider if your bug out location is far away. He writes, “If your preparedness plan includes a long distance bug out, there are certain considerations you need to pay attention to. They are mandatory if you want to reach your safe haven. Bugging out without having a decent preparation plan and a specific target is just a gamble and you’re betting with your own safety.
“While many people have no other choice than rushing to the woods if it hits the fan, there are those who have invested a lot of time and money in a secure bug out location. Even if you managed to build a bug out location in a secluded area, there is still one big obstacle you need to face; the long distance you have to travel to get there safe.” Follow the link below to keep reading.