Take a look at my totally unscientific 1-to-10 Preparedness Scale and figure out where you are.
I am a passive and perpetual victim and I prefer it that way.
|What – me worry?|
I have complete trust in the U.S. government to protect me from all enemies, domestic and foreign, and to effectively aid me in times of natural or man-made disaster.
I’m beginning to wonder if things are as rosy as they seem.
As I look around, there are some things I should be doing.
I am familiar with basic FEMA guidelines for preparedness and have completed fema.gov checklists to maintain my family and I during a brief crisis.
in Place - Minus
I am fully prepared to maintain my loved ones and myself at home for one month under extreme but not violent circumstances.
in Place - Plus
I am fully prepared to maintain my loved ones and myself at home for one month under extreme and even violent circumstances.
|Bug Out I|
I have easy access to a remote location where I can relocate my family and I for an extended time.
|Bug Out II|
My remote location is ready to receive me and mine with prelocated provisions.
Dunn Bugged Out
I am forted up in a remote location, completely off grid, totally self sufficient, and if you come within 1,000 yards, well, don’t come within my 1,000- yard perimeter unless I know you.