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Where can one join a group that already has a BOL

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NativeTxn1879 --- 9 years ago -

My daughter and I have skills with farm animals and gardening. My daughter has construction and mechanical skills. I am ex-military and have the organizational skills for planning. If someone can give me some information regarding contacting groups, I woud be greatful.
thanks! 

oneyedman (Mod) --- 9 years ago -

I have been looking myself to find a group, but Preppers are notoriously secretive about their BOL's.

If you are interested, I am hoping to gather a few good investors to buy a BOL..... 

iamwho1am --- 9 years ago -

In what area(s) are you looking 

oneyedman (Mod) --- 9 years ago -

I have been looking at properties in mid to north east texas.
Property is reasonable in many areas and it is within a 4 to 5 hour drive from Houston. Of course the area will need to be outside of major population centers and have at a water source.

Acreage would depend on the capital we are able to raise. 

Txprepperchic --- 9 years ago -

West and east Texas are my two potential location West would be more secluded but the elements are harsher- I have a few in my neighborhood that are peppers and that's it- I am in central tx right in the middle of Austin and Dallas so a Bol is essential Hope to learn from others Attending my first meet up group next Saturday 

sk8r --- 9 years ago -

I am in a small town about 3-1/2 hrs from Austin up 183. Drought has hit us hard, but we're dealing with it ok at this point. Hoping to open up an old well on a property we are buying this spring. Need a good place for the kids to come to from Austin when SHTF. 

springtxprepper --- 9 years ago -

San Augustine is a preppers dream for east texas area its about a 3.5 hour drive from spring texas and is full of nothing but logging tracts and farms. Land is reasonably cheap up there too. 

oneyedman (Mod) --- 9 years ago -

San Augustine

I have looked in that area and you are correct. Land is reasonable and it is a good distance from major population centers.

Of course any land would need to have water/well. 

bwestand7 --- 9 years ago -

Just my .02 but I live on the outskirts of Austin and I see BUYING a bol as a bit of a waste for anything but a localized event to me if the shtf there will be plenty of places to choose from with out spending todays money on it which to me could be better spent on food water security etc .... Don't get me wrong id love to own a few hundred acres somewhere with a military grade bunker complex but I don't see that happening unless I win the lottery and if I did own that it would be my residence lol .... What if you can't make it to your bol and spent half of your money supplying that place? I guess there is a bunch of what ifs and you can't be prepared for everything and I do have 3 bol picked and mapped but none of which I will be buying .... I am however interested in finding like minded people in my area don't see many here from the Austin area 

oneyedman (Mod) --- 9 years ago -

NativeTxn1879 has disappeared.

We were discussing a land purchase, please contact me again if you wish to move forward. 

springtxprepper --- 9 years ago -

Well the area I am currenently looking at is near a secluded river and a secluded part of the sam rayburn reservoir. Also the land further from major water sources are full of streams and creeks.

And bewestad7 you make a good point and ive
got multiple spots that i have mapped that i dont plan on buying. But having a set place you can prepare before shtf its nice 

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