So, 10 years have past since the September attacks.
We remember and we prepare for the next engagement on our home turf.
I have spent the last couple years working on my book, The G.O.O.D. Plan (Get Out Of Dodge). Since finishing writing the core material, I have spent a year editing and having a sample copy self-published by the fine folks at Island Blue Printers in Victoria, BC.
As I wanted to keep up with the popular belief on emergency preparedness, I have invested a few hours reading all the books I can. The most recent, Handbook to Practical Disaster Preparedness For The Family 2nd Edition by Arthur T. Bradley, PhD. Now Mr. Bradley presents some useful information and I beg to differ on some of his material, but it did get me to thinking about emergency preparedness and survival. All the authors of the books pictured have a slightly differing opinion on how best to survive, but all the authors are doing their best to help the reader to be prepared for everything that can effect "normal" life. Some take the stand from survivalist point of view, others are preppers, some claim to be using just plain old common sense. But all agree that taking a stand and being prepared beats the hell out of being a victim waiting for government aid.
I will follow up on this soon.