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The base of operation: Northern Australia/ South East Asia (if safe).
SeaGypsy wrote:In the meantime I can live a resort lifestyle for next to nothing in a thousand places in Australia; cheaper in Asia.
One option which would be safer would be Fresh Water, aka the Great Lakes or other large Canadian Lakes could be good. I think Lake Superior or Lake Winipeg might be pretty good places to live on a boat and not too dangerous. Still tough to get spare parts though.
wisconsin_cur wrote:It is important to plan with what you know. I have visited the ocean twice. I have never been on a sail boat. The idea of planning with that in mind is mind-numbing. --snip--
Again, I am asking questions from a position of tactical ignorance... but hopefully strategic intellegence.
Jotapay wrote:Who's going to have skills that knows how to shoot and repair firearms? Who knows how to repair electronics and engines? How about the most basic skill, maritime navigation? Sounds like a bunch of hippies who are well-intentioned but up to this point sheltered from the real world.
ReverseEngineer wrote: I think Lake Superior or Lake Winipeg might be pretty good places to live on a boat and not too dangerous. Still tough to get spare parts though.
strider3700 wrote:I believe that lake winipeg feezes each winter and I'm not to sure that frozen in the middle of a lake in a boat while it's -20 or so outside is the best survival choice.
Lake superior freezes over completely roughly every 20 years. As was pointed out though even when not frozen winters are harsh. Lots of good wrecks on the bottom of it.
Pretorian wrote:aren't there thousands of inhabitant islands in that region? It would be neat to find a nice one. And what about women, Seagypsy?
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