Podcast LogoToday in part one of a two part series about what world events affect preppers I talked about an article from Ready4itall.org that asked the question is it really a good idea to bug out if you live in the city? And if you do you better have a plan because leaving your home that you have stockpiled to live in the middle of nowhere is not such a great idea.

I also explained a little more detail about what my plans are for the private Facebook page and the membership site we are creating. If you haven’t joined the Facebook group yet you might want to think about it, I am only inviting 50 people to be in the group and after that it will be membership only…and it will be worth it! I also talked about it a little bit in episode #7

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Dale
Dale

Survival and being prepared should not only be a passion, it should be a lifestyle. The definition of a prepper is "An individual or group that prepares or makes preparations in advance of, or prior to, any change in normal circumstances, without substantial resources from outside sources" Like the Government, police etc. I don't believe that the end of the world will be the "end of the world" I believe it will be the end of the world as we know it now. You can also find me on Google Plus and Twitter

    2 replies to "SPP008 Bugging Out And World Events"

    • corey grace

      Love the podcast. Cant wait for more.
      I sent a fb join request. I go under backwater gamefarm. I would love to join.
      Thank you for all you are doing.
      I have some ideas I would like to share some time.

      • Dale

        Thanks Corey! I’m working on making the Facebook group and the membership site awesome!

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