In our last scenario we see hows things can go bad quick.I.E. natural diasaters,two legged skunks with torches.Cordless power tools are a repairman and thiefs best friends.
So lets examine some ways to keep our stuff ours.I have seen several post's on burying buckets or small vaults of survival gear lets include gun burial tubes in this as well.
Pros no matter what with several of these some of your stuff will make it through.I can see a small amount of food,changes of clothes,hand guns,ammo stashes,water,fire making equip,etc.
Cons, small amount of stuff,diggingwould suck,it takes a large hole to drop five gallon bucket in.For food,here in midwest and other locations where you have hard freezes,you would have to bury below frost line for any kind of long term plan.Digging up in winter would be almost impossible.
Detached garage or barn,shed etc.Could work of course one more to provide security and possibly climate control for.of course in a quake chances are probally good if it brought your house down more than likely out buildings are down too.
Rented storage units may be good Idea however quake could drop these,could be looted by zombies.cost of storage.
I think underground would be best cases if you have a place you can pull it off and equipment or man power.Backhoe and materials a couple of guys could pull this off in one or two hard weekends depending on size. possibly for those with money,dig out a hole bury conex container reinforcing if needed.Perhaps excavating hole lay giant piece of steel culvert kinda like an underground quonset hut.
For those with hills and hollers.What I have in mind when I finally get to flee the city and build The China Compound sounds cool Huh,ok so its probally two acres with 1960s trailer.Is kind of a camoflauged root cellar dug in the sides of several hills.
Dig deep enough and insulate as needed most food should stay safe,and then if the zombies hit the cabin or trailer they didnt get it all! As always lets hear em!
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