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Paranoid Prepper: Evacuations = Bugging Out – Been There, Done That, Here’s What I Learned


Given the recent Hurricanes, we have all seen large evacuations recently, either on TV or by being stuck in traffic. Hurricane Harvey was instructive as the wide spread flooding occurred in places that had never been known to flood previously forcing evacuations from places that were not routine. Large scale evacuations are chaotic events, with clogged transit routes, sold out gas stations, and other obstacles to make the experience unpleasant. I’ve been in a number of evacuations, particularly from New York, and once from the Florida Keys, but never from home. On the other hand, I have family living near the Georgia coast. They seem to have to evacuate about once every five years, and have it down to a science. Their most recent experience was Hurricane Irma.
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