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Print Length: 158 pages
Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1466495561
Publication Date: April 9, 2012
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I was looking for Joel Skousen's book, Strategic Relocation, and came across this. I didn't want to spend the money on Skousen's book at the time, so I grabbed this instead. It's not bad for what it is. However, I feel like the work he's done could be fairly easily done by anyone on the internet. Starting with Google Maps and some Wikipedia searches, even the least informed person could figure out enough details about an area to start their search. The real value is in having someone lay out a very clear, deliberate, and thorough list of considerations you should keep in mind, with regional concerns added in (e.g. water availability in the desert, winter preparedness in the upper Midwest, etc.). This book doesn't do a great job of this. It's somewhat generic info, as I remember. It's good for someone who just clued in to the fact that the world in 2014 is not Mayberry and choosing an area for its safety as well as other factors is a good long-term plan. For the rest of us who already knew this, this resource won't provide much in the way of new information. But it's cheap, so why not?
I would recommend this book to all people concerned with prepping/preparing for a catastrophe or terrorist attack on theUnited States. I like the fact that this book listed not only information about finding work in your new community, butalso listed things such as Median Income, Average yearly rainfall, soil conditions, (i.e., radon gas) and a lot more.The book's author also gives tips for fitting in to your new community, a list of things to have at home in case of anemergency, info. about buying shelf-stable foods, etc. All in all a great read!!
Relocate! is not just for the end-of-the-earth survivalist. It is a must-read for every parent and every family leader.Not only does the author inform regarding the book's cover topics, he also gives background and insight into the fear/theory/likelihood of life threatening situations and their remedy techniques. All this is given in a reasoned, objective manner.Family leader, did I say? The book also gives lessons in being a good citizen and good neighbor: lessons that will benefit everyone, especially every child.
this book is good for comparing different communities. the author's criteria cover such things crime rate and cost of housing. it doesn't cover everything i am considering but it is an excellent starting place to narrow your list of possibilities.
If your really into prepping for the EOW then its probably a good primer. I downloaded to see what they had to say about the communities that were the best to fall back on. Its worth a skim read on that issue.
I really enjoyed the book. I am considering a move in the future and I will use the info in the book.
I like this book, because I am a New Preper,and was interested in seeing some of the bug out locations, that I was not aware of. These days, safe places live are hard to come by. Picked up some good ideas--------------Jim.
I didnt agree with any of the cities 100% but it made me research my own in the same states. No way would I ever be caught in a city of 25,000 people during a zombie apocalypse! That waaay to many zombies lol
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