On a Thursday afternoon at 2:15pm my wife is at work and three of our four kids are at school....
Would fetch the kids and wait around a bit for the wife. If she doesn't show by the time I think she should then the kids would go down to her grandparents and I would 'load up' and head out looking.
Once everyone was accounted for and gear was loaded we would more than likely head for the hills.
Here is my troop hauler.
"Now that you brought that up hang onto your paddle, and if ya hit any rocks don't hit em with ya head" Lewis
I live near Ft. Detrick and Camp David in MD, and work close to DC. My wife already knows when the big one happens, if I'm at work, she's to bug out immediately. Get the kids from school, grab the go-bags, the handgun, the .22, and take back roads to her parents in PA. I'll catch up when I can.
"They couldn't hit an elephant at this dist..." - Last words of Gen. John Sedgwick, Spottsylvania