If the sXXt hits the fan were would you go

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as motorhomers we are more or less self contained, so if the prospect of the BOMB being droped were would you go to hid out
 
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Probably go with motorhome in case I had to move but my base would be to my log cabin in the wilds of Argyll. I have log burner and plenty of trees, fresh water in the Loch and fish. (y)

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Probably go with motorhome in case I had to move but my base would be to my log cabin in the wilds of Argyll. I have log burner and plenty of trees, fresh water in the Loch and fish. (y)


would you like to share the address
 
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You wouldn't go anywhere far.................roads would be blocked by panicking drivers, accidents, breakdowns, running out of fuel..............
 
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You wouldn't go anywhere far.................roads would be blocked by panicking drivers, accidents, breakdowns, running out of fuel..............


but a least we could have a pee

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Steve

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on and off for 40 years
If I knew the hit site and time I would ask my mother in law to stay but try and be the other side of the world. But she would no daunt still survive just to torment me a bit longer.
 

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I would drive to any picturesque spot, where I would follow government guidelines.
I would cover all the windows with wrapping paper, crouch down under the table, put my head between my knees and kiss my a*se goodbye.

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RS_rob

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Well if it were the dreaded nuke then no where as there is no chance of survival as like our campersbeentrashed we live next to targets so I'd echo the above beer & enjoy it.
Now a Solar Maximum Burst is survivable & I'd like to think I could make a run for the highlands but the reality is the roads would be jammed making the trek impossible unless my sources are reliable & I have notice before you lot otherwise I'm better of baricading the door & living in the windowless spare room & scrounging for supplies after 7 days.

If it were an alien invasion I'd go join the freedom fighters but truth is its the government we have to worry about not the aliens.
 
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Dunno about the aliens have you seen mars attacts

Ack Ack

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TheBig1

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many many years! since I was a kid
the old idea of a 7 minute warning being broadcast on tv and radio is long long gone. these days, the government realise that a warning will induce unnecessary panic so will just leave everyone other than the chosen few in the dark. better you get vaporised at home or work than panicking the mother of all traffic jams
 

SharonL

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I'd join that guy off Amazing Spaces the other week, did you see where he put that little caravan? :eek::LOL:
 
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