Friday, March 18, 2016

Thoughts on Prepping Sent in by Reader John N.......

A bit of reading required here.  But well worth it.  Much of it can be considered "Problem Two" - what to do AFTER your physical preps are in place.
Ok you've already got the nine B's (Berkey (i.e. water), beans, bullets, bandaids, batteries, bullion, books, barter, beliefs) then it's time to think about the tenth B - "buddies".  Lone wolves, no matter how well equipped, will get picked off early in the upcoming festivities.

1. How to find people who think like you:
2. People who will be a threat to you:
3. Why you (a) should keep OPSEC and (b) MUST NOT keep all your preps in one obvious place:
I admit I have not dispersed my preps as well as I should.  Working on that.  Your suggestions are cordially solicited.

1 comment:

  1. non-prepper relatives who live near re prepping for them aren't you?? keep their shre of the prepps t their house with express instructions as to when they can be used.

    hide in plain sight. mylar bagged LTS in real used paint cans with paint on sides is perfect. several in the basement and a few in the garage will not draw attention.

    bury well sealed 5 gallon buckets in your flower beds...smaller buckets in fower boxes.

    hides...false walls and ceilings in closets and pantries.

    dry goods that are not sensative to heat go in the attic.

    "camping gear" goes in the garage rafters...better if there is a canoe for it to set in.

    heirloom seeds for sustainment tped behind the drawers in the fridge.

    use your imagination, get creative there is no right or wrong...there is what works and what dosen't....and you will not know untill they kick the door in and start looking


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