Jim never saw prepping as paranoia, but as a connection to his Appalachian roots. Life in this remote region had always required self-sufficiency, resiliency, and the ability to handle whatever life threw at you. When his job began to require frequent travel across the state, Jim went about it with a plan to get himself home if some unexpected event stranded him on the road. However, he didn't plan for having to get his coworkers home too, nor did he plan for what they'd have to deal with once they got home.
Project Manager for a Mental Health Agency
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