Monday, July 21, 2008

Strategic Retreat

Many blogs and websites talk about bugging out, B.O.B.'s and B.O.V.'s. Much is said about routes and locations, plans and such. But not a lot is said about triggers. What will trigger your B.O.P. (bug out plan)?

Oh, I know they talk about hurricanes, fires, floods and other natural disasters. But what about economic collapse or social disorder?

How about War or Martial Law?

What about food scarcity?

Preparing for these items requires something more than a bugout unless you are JWR's neighbor or part of preparedness group.

These events call for a strategic retreat; a move away from targets and percieved threats to a safer haven.

That is what I am doing.

This may be my last blog entry for some time while I am relocating.

A friend of mine who has been after me to move to his location for years has made me an offer too good to refuse. So I am going to go. I hope to be re-established within 3 to 6 months, but I have a lot of moving to do and his place is 300+ miles from mine.

Thank you to all of my readers. In my mind, you have made my blog something to be proud of. I am sorry this last month's posts were so sparse, but when you have a personal SHTF situation, it can take all of your mental focus to deal with that issue alone.

God bless you all and watch over you in these troubled times.
Take care.

13 comments:

  1. Best of luck to ya.
    If you can at all, an occasional update would be welcome.

    I hope things turn out well for you.

    Busted.

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  2. Good luck too ya Scout! Let us know when yer settled in.

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  3. Safe Journeys

    We will try to keep TEOTWAWKI at bay till you can again provide your insight...

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  4. We'll be awaiting your next report! Can't wait... good luck and may your journey be smooth.

    ps you can use a cell phone to post messages, yeah I know typing on a keypad is no fun, unless you are 10-20 years old... just a thought.

    Wretha

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  5. Thanks everyone. I'm going to post one picture taken from my friends living room in his "Upper house".
    I be inhabiting have the lower house. Still need to iron out the details.

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  6. Hpoe to see you back up here aasap. Good luck, I am glad I live in an area considered junk land by some but heaven by us locals. Plan to bug in but pray/hope nothing happens. God Bless

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  7. I hope your move makes you stronger in survival. Get dug in and God Bless!

    Michael

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  8. Good luck Scout! May your travels be safe and look forward to postin in the future!

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  9. Good luck with the move, and may God go with you. Post more when you can...
    HM

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  10. Good luck! I'll be waiting for more posts once you get settled.

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  11. Best wishes and good luck to you Scout!

    Let us know how things are going when you get a chance.

    RW

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  12. Great stuff with the coke can do a lot. mms

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