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hi it’s AlaskaGranny Alaska Prepper I’m out at my Granny Camp which is my remote Alaska
off-grid cabin I love coming out here in
the summer and spending a lot of time
and just getting away from it all and
sometimes I think about what would it be
like if you actually needed to bug out
what would make a good bug out location
I always just think of this remote cabin location in Alaska as Granny Camp but what if I actually needed to
bug out what are the best places to bug
out and what are the characteristics of
a bug out location that you need to look at the first characteristic of a successful bug
out location would be somewhere away
from the city you probably wouldn’t be
able to walk there but you would need to
probably be able to get there with one
tank of gas if you look at what’s going
on in the cities the protests the
rioting the looting the anarchy it’s a
good time for thinking about where would
I go what should I do what kind of place
can I look for the cities just may not
be safe so you need to find a get out of the city bug out place that
you could get out of the city you need
to probably be able to get to your bug out location with one tank of gas in case there’s major
disruptions gas stations aren’t open and
you’re not able to access more fuel
along the way you would want to find a
bug out place that’s secluded that’s off of a
main road maybe hidden off in the trees
and have more than one way to get there
know an alternate route around to where
your bug out location could be located
then what supplies do you need at your bug out location you need a shelter something to
get out of the wind the rain the cold
and even the heat in the Sun if you’re
in a very hot desert summer climate you
need to have a stockpile of emergency survival supplies
food water tools lanterns flashlights
first-aid kits all the same emergency stockpile of supplies things that
you would need no matter where you were located in an emergency situation it’s
great if you can have a water source at your bug out location and
if you do then make sure you have a way
to filter purify the water because the last
thing you need in an emergency is to
drink unsafe water and make yourself
sick your bug-out location should be a
place that you could hunker down
stay for a while until whatever the emergency situation is
blows over make sure you have some sort
of communication whether it’s a cell
phone or radio so that you know what’s
going on around you you need to be able
to determine when it’s safe where it’s
safe and when you might need to bug out
and leave the location that you are an
important part of your bug out plan is
your bug out vehicle you need to think
about what if I had to bug out I don’t
really know a location what if I have to
live in my car what can you do to make
your vehicle ready for you to bug out
and stay in your car if that’s what you
need to do figure out where there’s room
for you to sleep figure out where you
can put layers of clothes so that you
can put more on if it’s cold take them
off stow them away when you don’t need
to have them on look at ways to store
and organize things like food utensils
water and all of the supplies that you
would absolutely need make sure you only pack in your car take the absolute necessities don’t
clutter up your vehicle with unnecessary
gear and supplies take just the basics
think of your car van truck vehicle like a bug-out vehicle what do you put in your bug out bag and
those are the categories that you’re
going to need in your bug out vehicle
you’re going to need some food water
utensils and a way to heat or prepare
your food you can look at little
backpacking stoves make a little alcohol
stove never cook in your car make sure
you set it outside and cook outside your
car so you don’t start a fire in your
car or be at risk of carbon monoxide
poisoning canned foods are heavy but
dehydrated foods require extra water try
to plan the simplest meals possible that
require the least amount of preparation
make sure you have trash bags so that
you can get rid of any empty cans food
containers any trash don’t clutter up
your vehicle which is now your little
home have an idea where you can go
are there campgrounds near you parks out
of the way maybe BLM forest service
public lands
a little bit remote maybe you’re allowed
to just stop and camp there check out
the public lands the campgrounds the
parks around you ahead of time so that
you know what the regulations are and
you know about seasonal road closures
you don’t want to be trapped or unable
to get in or out of someplace that you
thought might be safe to go make sure
you have paper maps of any areas where
you’re going to be traveling to your bug out location evacuation plan so that
you’re familiar with what’s going on in
rural areas don’t just rely on GPS
because a lot of times they send you to
roads that don’t exist forest service roads
that don’t go through and you’ve heard
about people on the news who have
followed a dirt road because the GPS
told them to and ended up getting
stranded in a remote area and sometimes
losing their life don’t rely on GPS rely
on paper maps that you know are accurate
you can look online you can find there
are lots of people who actually live in
their cars they live in their vans maybe
they bring a tent along they have a
mattress in the back and they have
figured out how they can carry food
water water filters fire starters
camping stoves and all kinds of gear
check it out for ideas on how you can
make your vehicle suit your family and
your needs maybe you need a roof rack or
a way to organize the trunk of your car
or the bed of your pickup look for nooks
and crannies and figure out how you can
adequately carry the things you need
while you still have room for yourselves
if you need to stay in your car you can
put your food in a cooler set the cooler
outside at night so that you have room
to lie down you can even find portable
toilets portable toilets aren’t ideal
but they certainly make it more
comfortable when you need to relieve
yourself in a hardship situation have a
well-stocked first-aid kit some hygiene
supplies and any medicine that you rely
on have copies of your identification
your insurance information and a written
out paper with your emergency contact
information on it everyone needs cash
make sure you have some small bills and
get as much as you can
put it with your emergency gear if you
really needed to bug out and then you
had to rely on living out of your car or
in a remote location there’s going to be
things that you’re going to need and
possibly having cash can help save the
day it’s up to you to determine where do
I live where can I go how could I get
there and what’s the safest possible way
to protect myself and my family no one
wants to think about leaving their home
it’s our castle it’s our safe place that
we love we have all the things around us
that we know that we need we have that
normalcy bias of this is great we’re
home it’s at peace it’s our castle and
everything is going to be fine but in
the blink of an eye things can change
you may have a hurricane you may have a
tornado you may have a forest fire
requiring you to evacuate there are all
kinds of emergencies that could force
you out of your home
be ready with your bug out bag go
through it carefully make sure that it’s
complete check it out seasonally and
update it then have a plan what would
you need in your car how could you make
yourselves comfortable and where could
you possibly go if you need to being
a prepper means you’ve taken control of
your life you’re ready to face all of
the tragedies all of the consequences
all of the emergencies that come along
we don’t know what’s coming and if we
look at what’s been happening in the
world lately it’s all the more reason
it’s important to make a plan and be
prepared then no matter what the future
brings you’ll be able to face it to the
best of your ability because you’re
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  1. After a cross-country relocation about 9 years ago for a job that didn't work out, followed by visiting/caring for a sick relative, part time bug outs in my truck offered an economical alternative. Then, it seemed easier to stealth park outside of the city. Most challenging issue was having my beloved cat with me (had him for 16 years), which limited my mobility, especially if needing to run into a store for supplies. I was always seeking places where he could walk around. Surprisingly, it was easy to find another job, so I remained in the PNW. Had the good fortune to always find an apartment providing space outdoors for the little guy to explore. From that experience, I know how little I can live with. And I still have that truck! If it comes to leaving, I have a deep faith I'll be guided accordingly.❀️

  2. Remember, there are people already living in the area you are bugging out to. This could be our backyard and intruders are not welcomed. If there is a collapse of our government your deeds won't mean anything. The national forest isn't a safe place when everyone else comes here.

  3. I could never bugout and leave my home and belongings….. No where to go!

  4. I have a couple of locations where I would head in my car. Luckily I am already pretty remote, so they're easy to get to, yet are quiet.

  5. Bug out bag should be a durable duffle bag. This way you can put more supplies in it.

  6. AG—–words of wisdom. I miss you….been busy at my daughters on Long Island. My bug out is my house upstate and I hope and pray my kids and grandkids can make it to me. My friend I know we think a lot a like and I look at my grandkids age 8 yo twins and it breaks my heart when they say …maybe one day when there is no virus we can do stuff again. The people who have done this must be bought to justice one day…..enjoy your family and God Bless you my friend

  7. If things get that bad to where you have to bug out…..most people will only survive a short while….prepared people..awhile longer…..only the strong and armed people will survive

  8. AG thank you for, love your granny camp, looks cozy, God Bless you and your wonderful family stay safe friends from Hawaii πŸŒΌπŸŒΈπŸŒΊπŸ˜ŽπŸ‘΅πŸΌπŸ™

  9. Great tips and reminders πŸ’š.
    Hopefully it can be a hunker down/bug IN situation, there will be a lot of people heading for the hills without survival skills. Always be ready, great video!