You will have to consistently use that mental muscle to determine ways to evaluate your preparedness and bug out techniques.
You then will have to adapt your preparedness to your fit your physical capabilities.
You may be required to bug out if a local or regional disaster, such as a fire, tornado, volcano, earthquake, or Nuclear Accident is threatening your safety.
Many disabled people, and some Seniors, have problems when bugging out. Many of them cant carry a lot of weight.
So as you age, and your physical abilities change, you should reevaluate your bug out plan.
You should consider:
Pay attention because you are about to get some neat ideas for “alternative” Bug-Out Bags (BOB).
You need to adjust the gear in your bags, and the bags themselves for a reduction in weight, and to make carrying things easier. You can use the following items, with their wide wheel bases, as an alternative to the typical assault pack:
Don’t forget to use your brain to reduce the weight you have to carry. You don’t need a 75-pound 72 Hour Bag! Make carrying easier on yourself.
One thing you should definitely have in your BOB is paracord and paracord pullies for going up steep terrain. You can make your pack as light as a feather.
Using the same, but on yourself, you can make climbing a hill much easier.
I recommend, as your abilities are reduced, that you do the following.:
Many senior aged adults keep pets. These pets are part of the family. If you are one of the people that love your animals dearly, you would want to take them with you.
You should now be well on your way to analyzing your preparedness for your strengths and weaknesses!
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