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4/3/2020 2:55 AM

If you were living near NYC would you be preparing to leave? I’ve been trying to get my husband to leave for weeks now but he is Mr. Optimism and thinks we will be safe. We have a location a few hours north of here that I believe would be a safer option. Much lower population and thousands less cases of the virus. We’ve been in our home for almost a month now and I’d really like to go where we have a yard for gardening and a lake for fishing so I can be productive while isolated. I don’t like being a sitting duck. I want to always be preparing and moving forward.

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4/3/2020 8:20 AM
I choose to not live in the city period, and that is any city, even though Grand Junction is decent sized.
That out of the way, in general I think bugging out is a stupid idea, as there is no way you can move as much infrastructure, supplies, and utilities that you have at home, or should have at home. The exception is if you have a place to go to with the same infrastructure, supplies, and utilities that you have at home. I am not talking about driving your RV somewhere, or the fantasy of going to live in the woods and living off the grid. I am talking about a stocked house or cabin that you own and will have access to. Notice I say you own. That to me is key because a rental property that you are just renting doesn't provide you the same rights that you have to go there.

It sounds like you have a house to go to. If I had that, lived in a major city, and didn't have to stay there for medical or work reason, I would have been gone long since, but then again, I wouldn't live there to start with so, I am an outlier.

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