My home is tan.
Since you post your identity in your signature I spent a couple minutes looking at your locale, area demographics, and home details. Our situations could hardly be more opposite. Like Gunns, my home stands out although you have to view it from satellite images since it’s not visible from the road (or even from my gate). You’re in a metro area of over 2 million people, my home is over 150 miles away from a city that large. Your population density is about 1,300 per sq mile, my county has less than 20 per sq mile and I know for a fact there’s only 4 people in the sq mile around us. You have a 1/3 acre lot in a subdivision about 50′ from the road, we have 10 acres (two acres fenced/gated) and bordered by public land on three sides with a 200 yard driveway. Not to suggest either situation is better in all scenarios, just highlighting the differences and why “the gray home” isn’t always the right answer.
I suppose what I really don’t get however, particularly in regards to this post, is why you tell everyone who you are, where you live, details of your preparedness situation, what your plans are, and sometimes even when you’ll be away from home – but also that you want to go unnoticed as the gray man living in the gray house. Not trying to argue or insult, just seems to me you give out way too much information publicly if that’s your plan. You’ve left an online trail of bread loaves leading right to your door Preppers usually have an abundance of nice firearms and cash/PMs stashed away at least, and from your latest “Who will be your Doctor” post it’s not hard to guess you probably have a nice assortment of prescription drugs too, right? Aren’t you at least concerned someone might use this information to plan a burglary (or worse) of your home now?
Statistics: Posted by Matte — Fri Jun 09, 2017 7:49 am