My wife and I have always thought that our location is optimal for living through difficult times.
Our intuitive sense was recently validated by the foremost expert in the field. His name is Joel Skousen and you can read all about him, his analysis of world conditions and his consulting business on his website.
The third edition of his book, “Strategic Relocation” was released for sale this year. It includes:
* 200 new pages with detailed analysis of every state and province in the US and Canada
* All new color maps for regions, provinces, and US States, showing threats, private and public land use, population densities, roads and terrain
This book can be purchased here.
A few months ago, I received an email from Joel. He said,
“You’ll be pleased to know that the Cumberland Plateau received the highest rating for any area in the East in the new 3rd Edition of Strategic Relocation.”
In a follow-up conversation with Joel, I validated that his rationale matched mine. If you would like to know what and why, you can buy his book or you can drop me an email, call (931) 442-1444 or send me a message from my website.
Preppers might also be interested in one of my older posts on the ten best places to survive in America.
On a side note, Mr. Skousen recently pointed out that Atlanta has the largest disparity of wealth of any large city in North America. Thankfully, we are several hours drive from Atlanta, but that’s also fortunate for Atlanta residents looking for a safe haven within a reasonable driving distance.