We all have our survival scenarios. Curious to see what yours are. Here are mine. When traveling I keep water, blankets, a first aid kit and a modest amount of food. I have been stranded three times while traveling, once with my family and twice during my career as an OTR truck driver. All in snow, never more than two days. I work away from home. Ideally if something happens I will simply drive home. I realize that may not happen so I keep a minimum 72 hour supply as I figure that will be how long it takes to walk home. At the apartment I keep a weekly supply of food, replenished weekly. In addition I keep an ALICE pack equipped with protein bars, first aid kit, water purification kit, shelter and bed roll. At home, it's more of the same, just larger quantities. Canned goods, dry goods and enough seeds for next year's garden. A 90 day supply of medications. In the event of social unrest I have hardened the entry points to my home. Bugging out is really not an option as the wife has that a heart attack and part of her heart has atrophied. The exertion would probably kill her. Besides I really don't know where I would go, I'm already pretty rural here.