With extreme weather becoming more and more common, people are making a mad dash to create a plan B for themselves if SHTF. Hurricane Harvey is reminding us of that. Stockpiling and securing your own home is one way to maximize survival. However, if your home is too close to the disaster or if you are not home when the disaster strikes, you're out of luck.
That's when it becomes a good idea to build a bug-out shelter on a separate piece of property miles away from your residence. It's reassuring to know you'll have a secure place to go if your location faces a crisis.
Unfortunately, just as with your house, your bug out location is subject to the wrath of the natural disaster as well. So, what can you do when there is significant damage done to your bug out shelter?
Let's take a look at how to react when SHTF at your bug out location!