See no point in the whole bug out bag concept. If there is a crisis, the last thing I am going to do is leave my home, where I have shelter, food, water, tools, first aid, and not to mention all my guns and ammo, as opposed to being stuck in a mad rush of traffic and crowds. I live in New England, we have no major natural disasters that would call for evacuation of an area. There is no way I am leaving my safe haven only to spend it on the road. If the time comes that I think I will have to evacuate, very unlikely, I'll take the 10-15 minutes and throw together a bag of essentials.
Last edited by Dragline45; April 11, 2013 at 01:36 PM.