There is a small, reserved community in the Triangle, focused on preparing for the worst case scenarios. These people are ready to endure without electricity, without going to the supermarket or without running water for a couple of months to 3 years. Drew Miller is the founder of Fortitude Ranch, a prep facility and vacation rental community. Fortitude Ranch is a place for preparers to gather in the event of a total collapse of civil society, Miller says.
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Most people here are at least half-preparer, they just never thought to call themselves by the term. Soon after Russia began its invasion, some long-standing tensions emerged in the preparer community. Even if you follow the general rule of preparers and don't live near an interstate and at least 60 miles from a city, that's probably not enough to save you during an apocalyptic disaster in a high-populated state. Of course, you can learn from any type of Prepper regardless of whether or not you are actively preparing for Doomsday.
Preparers call it a shopping bag or travel bag, maybe one for the house, one for the car, and others as needed. This should be the most obvious factor to consider when determining if a state or region is a logical choice for preparers to live. The top 10 states for preparers have in common many important factors that favor survival and allow at least some kind of off-grid living. Some of the best preparer states lose points not only because of high taxes and onerous government regulation, but also because the cost of living is too high.
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One of the largest off-grid living communities calls Oregon home to the Three Rivers Recreation Areas, the Breitenbush Hot Springs area, is home to an increasing number of preparers. There are posts that ask trans and non-binary preparers what they are doing to prepare and ask where to get tools for small women.