Friday, October 13, 2017

Friday's Thoughts and Other Stuff (Transportation)

Dear Preppers and Survivalists,

National Archives of Norway

Emergency Evacuation
The easiest method of dealing with a disaster is to not be there when the event happens.

Of course, ... Most people wait until the last minutes, so these people normally have to make an emergency evacuation.

photograph by
Vlastimil Kraus

Of course, the easiest and most convenient method of evacuating is to ... walk.

Yes, it's slow, takes effort, and you can't carry much stuff.

But, ... Did I mention that walking was very slow?

Almost everybody can do it.

In darkest Africa, or, The Quest, rescue, and retreat
of Emin, governor of Equatoria
Henry M. Stanley.

Most people, when they think about it, automatically believe their family needs boots because they are headed to the wilderness.

Or, ...

It's what Soldiers, Airmen, and Marines wear when they go into combat.

Nope, a good pair of well fitting shoes is probably the best, for most family.

Because, ...

photograph by
Vlastimil Kraus

Cities, Suburbs, and ...
Most people live in urban areas that have pavement, developed trails and other easy to walk routes.

Plus, there is always public transportation.

Needless to say, some people are going to disagree with me, and that's o.k. because we make our choices and live with them.

But, ... I want you to think about this.

Do you work in an office? In the 'big' city?

Well, ... Right after the attacks on September 11th, 2001, the workers evacuated the city by ...

Taking the Subway

Taking a Taxis

Riding on the Trailer of a Big Rig

And, ... Riding a Bicycle

More About The Later
I have to go to bed.

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