Sredfield wrote:There are a few "year rounders" up at Hart Prairie, and what it takes to maintain without the "grid" is pretty impressive. Big water tanks, firewood, huge propane tanks, one fellow even has tracks for his vehicle. Having to live that way is not something I care to think about.
SuperstitionGuy wrote:All I have to do is catch a ride to Fairbanks, Alaska and take a flight out in a light plane to my cousins homestead north of Denali Park.
Check it out via http://osemountain.com/?page=16 or by video at http://kstp.com/article/stories/s142149 ... ?cat=10546
Of course I may have a little trouble getting my guns through Canadian Customs however....
azbackpackr wrote:We also figured we were far enough from the city that we would not be overrun with refugees, because maybe they couldn't get that far. Because, in a national disaster, there would be refugees. And where would they go?
VVebb wrote:azbackpackr comment from recent "How do you say it?" thread: "I admit I am a bit obsessive about grammar and spelling."
azbackpackr comment from this thread: "They all park there snowmobiles..."
VVebb wrote:I haven't pondered this much, but if I took a frame-pack full of backpacking gear down to Lake Mary with (1) my bow and arrows, (2) my .22 rifle and a 1-gallon tub of ammo, (3) my fishing pole, (4) my slingshot, (5) my axe, and (6) my leatherman, I suspect I'd be OK for quite a while. If the apocalypse came tonight, I could hoof it down to Lake Mary with all those items by tomorrow night.
Jim_H wrote:Then, they're out hunting around the lake, two guys shoot the same animal and the next thing you know a conflict ensues. How long would that last?
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