All Aboard The SS Huckleberry!
We’ve often said that the same principles that would help you survive after a disaster would keep you safe in case of zombie (or alien!) attack.
So it stands to reason that a zombie “safe house” would work well for post-disaster living.
That’s why I’ll be ready to move in to the SS Huckleberry, even though it necessitates leaving Oregon for a home on the Mighty Mississippi.
From solar panels to a full-scale farm, you’ll have power and plenty of room to eat, sleep, play and recycle zombies into fuel. There are no specifics on how many people the Huckleberry can hold, but I’m pretty sure it you can bring along more than a few of your friends.
Clearly, living aboard the Huckleberry will help you survive far longer than 72 hours, but that’s really all you need to get started. Pull together your disaster kit…I promise I’ll let you stow it on the ship, if needed.
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If the world ended, boats do seem like a great opportunity for survival. Oil rigs and Submarines are typically presented as best bets (ideally far away from infected birds and alien… birds?). Although, you would need one massive survival kit to last a long time. Costco is starting to sell such kits though
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