When it comes to preparing for a disaster it takes a lot of time and commitment. All of the plans, shelters, and resources we gather make it vital to our survival. And with that comes the idea that it's not easy to abandon all of that work if we're suddenly forced to move.
When we're dealing with a survival scenario or everything is normal and it's time to move, the things we take the time to build are not so easy to leave behind. It's hard to start over from scratch after a person has been prepping or stockpiling in a certain area, and that can be frustrating.
However, things happen, and it can be out of our control if we suddenly have to move somewhere new. Alternatively, we may have also realized that our current living quarters or home won't work for a disaster anyway, so we decide to move somewhere else where we can survive and hopefully thrive.
In either of these circumstances, moving is something that has to happen, and that's okay. While we will spend a lot of time thinking about how the move will go and whether it's the best choice if the time of year is a possibility which do you think is best?
Oddly enough, many would argue that winter is actually the best time for preppers to move to a new location! At first, it may seem like a bad idea, but it's actually very smart. Find out why that is after the break.
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