We’re still in the first week of National Preparedness Month, we need to examine shelter locations. Yes I said planning for shelter locations.
Because if this is your shelter idea…
…you might want to rethink your plan.
If you plan for a proper shelter location WITH your family, you’d likely be rewarded with a more comfortable situation. Food, water, etc….are nice things to have. But the last thing anyone needs during a crisis is more things to think about and burden you down.
No one has time for that!
Interior rooms with no windows is always a good shelter location esp during a tornado strike. Not only is it interior, but you can seek further shelter/cover underneath the counter top.
After the danger passes, a simple meeting place outside is a good idea too.It should be a relatively easy to find location that everyone knows and can rally up. Also be identifiable from great distances. Something tall and unique could be used too.
Don’t be the bearer of bad news…make sure everyone knows the plans!
Since most of you are home, consider taking the time to assessing your situation, evaluate your options, and make good decisions. But no matter where it is, be sure to tell the rest of your family where to go in case of emergency.
Plan for stuff to happen right? Just look at us now.
Worst. Year. Ever.
Reporting live from the first week of National Preparedness week!