Cast Iron wrote:
Idahobeef, first and foremost I have to inform you, your thread title immediately brought the Australian 80s rock band Men At Work and their song “It’s a Mistake” to mind.
I am singing it now in my head.
I started suffering the same flashback as i was opening the thread.
Muwhahaha! I was listening to that very song when this subject occurred to me
Thanks ID Beef
To the OP…..
Instead of moving (which we have pondered), I WAS thinking of moving it all into a storage unit. Ours has brick walls, steel bars, and barbed wire at the top, so it’d be a great place to bug out too, haha. Plus they are very well insulated and air conditioned (we live in a desert), and have low access routes. I honestly dont think anyone will be looking for FOOD at a storage unit place. Well its cheapert than moving and I can rent a HUGE one for just $80, hehe. Thoughts? Comments?
I have worked with a few previously misguided folks (felons) on a few jobs over the years. A couple of them made a living from B&E on untended, open access storage lockers. Their success caused me to give pause to my practices doing such. Furthermore, a couple of years ago, a storage locker i rented suffered weather damage from high wind wherein the entire sheet metal building was ripped off the concrete foundation exposing everything i ,and others, had stored there. The goods were largely intact but exposed for all to see who had what for several hours. If yours is that well protected, it probably has video surveillance as well. That means the owner and his employees know what you have stored there.
I would suggest a remote location with a shipping container very well concealed. It need not be buried, rather looking like something it is not.
Also, you might want to read what FerFal wrote about the scavenging practices undertaken by the hungry masses when Argentina has it’s economic crisis a couple of decades ago. In summary, he wrote that no road, street, or cattle trail was unventured. No house, shed or lot was left unsearched.
Statistics: Posted by Pedro wyoming — Fri Sep 29, 2017 8:58 am