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Location: Toronto, Ontario.
*updating* please return later.
I need to evacuate myself from the city I live in. its a suburban neighborhood and any direction (west, north, East) ive gotta go through suburbs.
My house is right accross a busy street from a Grocery/ drugstore and a whole plaza, for that matter. There is an apartment complex also accross the street, and i am at a major intersection.
yup, i'd have to haul it.
After being there, I will proceed North West and follow allong the outskirts of major towns. My first RVE location will be:
Living Springs, Ontario.
Lat - 43.753033
Long - 80.407526
**meeting place will be at the crossroads. Intersection - Sideroad 15 and Line 1 (farm area).*****
My Second RVE will be: Wisemans Corners, Ontario.
Lat - 45.6074
Long - 79.4528
*** there is an intersection or crossing at route 520 and Midlothian Road. There is a small bridge in the immediate vecinity. My group will pass by there.****
Third RVE will be: Quetico Provincial Park. More specifically, Anubis Lake.
Latitude - 48.3360
Longitude - 91.2478
***This is right on the boarder between Minnesota and Ontario. RVE is at Anubis Lake on the south west corner. http://www.satsig.net/maps/lat-long-finder.htm
(once in the link, you need to type in Anubis Lake, Ontario in order to get a visual).
you see where there is a small pond-like attachment to the lake? Meeting place will be right around there. ****
My main direction of travel will be from Living Springs (North, then west over the great lakes Huron and Superior). Bushwacking takes time, but it will help with concealment and stealth, plus I know the land relatively well so i'm not worried about the wilderness survival part.
*** Rendevous times will be at exactly 12:00 Noon. Do not JUST approach my group, there are procedures involved.
- Use a signal mirror or flashlight to signal ZSDW in morse code.
- Leave a message in a visible place. If my group has passed by, I (we) will write you a couple notes. No note, means we haven't been there yet.
-Leave your callsign on the message. How many are with you, and where you came from. (important information we should know).
- A green X means there is a note, message or clue near by (could be under a rock, for example... you gotta look for it).
- Rendevous will be at 12:00 Noon in each location unless otherwise suggested.
- Rendevous in the open. Stand down. Select three members to talk with my three members.
- No stunts!
People from the wiki will be able to identify my group for two reasons:
1 - Morse code will be: "Tank"
2 - we will be under a white flag with a big green X through it.
3 - at night we might use a Green glowstick to signal you.
4 - Green X means we have been or are there. A message will be near by.
To signal me, use a mirror. Morse code - ZSDW
The over-all goal is to set up a base where other survivors can come live and we can kick some zombie AS$ together.
I have a PERFECT place for this. Location will not be disclosed at this point in time.
Over radio, set up of this base will be code named "ZANZIBAR".
Latitude/ Longitude coordinates will be relayed as well. This will not be for the actual base, but the "bus stop" for the base.
My Survival kit - B.O.B. (New Picture and gear list comming soon!).
My newest toy :) :) :)
This is my new machete. Basically, its a sword/machete/saw combo.
its the same issue given to the canadian forces. Grip has a protector and the blade itself has been made for all around use.
It IS a machete. but its also been made simmilar to a cavalry sabre, where hacking is not the only option. You can stab, slice and so on.
Theres a saw on the back of the blade, making it a pretty nasty blade. Should've seen what I did to a shoe box. Cuts through like butter. BUTTER!
My new toy :)
Jungle master 10.5 inch blade and 5.5 inch handle. Best knife I ever bought. Its a hunting/ combat knife with serrated teeth on the back end. That part is also a saw.
theres a but cap on the end, as a bonus; and is capable of cracking a skull, or atleast a knockout.
My Bug Out Bag Current.
Digital Camo Canadian army Issue Rucksack.
Currently being used by Canadian forces.
Its got many compartments and a central one to keep the important gear dry. Its basically waterproof. Very Practical, durable and in my opinion, more comfortable than my previous Bug Out Bag.
Left - Right:
My Crowbar - minus hockey tape
My Combat/ hunting knife
My old machete
My newest machete.
My two machetes:
Top = old, bottom = new.
Motto: "Don't fire untill you see the whites of their eyes".
Latest page update: Sep 1 2011, 7:39 PM EDT