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My dad always taught me to be prepared while we were out in the backcountry so that's where I first learned to be prepared for emergencies. Up until recently that was the extent of my prepper background. That changed a bit when we had a big fire here in Colorado, the Waldo Canyon Fire. While I was miles away from the fire I did get a notice to "pre-evac" and that proved to me I was unprepared to bug out if needed.

I work for a major outdoor retailer and if you're a member of it I'm sure you can figure out which one. :mrgreen: I recently did a class this past week on "Preparing for the Zombie Apocolypse" as a way to get people interested in prepring for emergencies. It was a huge hit with the largest wait list that we have ever had for any class so it looks like we'll be doing it again for sure. I am hoping to gain some knowledge for the next class from all of you nice folks here.
 

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Welcome to the forum Chris.... I'm just a tad bit south of you in the Springs.
 
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