Hey you all, I would love some advice about this and wasn't sure where else to place this. We live in suburbia fairly close to two major urban centers (within 30 miles) and are mainly prepping-in-place. However, my in-laws have a farm in a much more rural area and they are prepping for a longer SHTF scenario- their capability to be self- sustaining is much, much higher than ours. They live almost 4 1/2 hours from us by car, with no traffic. DH doesn't think that there is any urgent reason for us to move our whole family there yet for many reasons (I agree that it would be very difficult). So, I have been a little schizophrenic in my prepping- I'm mainly prepping where we are, so could deal with a shorter term SHTF issue; but am helping with the preps at the farm, also. Has anyone else had a similar situation? If we needed to get to the farm quickly, we don't have a way of getting all of our preps over there anyway (have 2 big SUVs with carriers, but no trailers, etc). I'm not sure if it is even realistic to think that we could even get there if something really started happening. Should we invest in a trailer for preps? Should we just give up the idea of even trying to get to the farm (which would put us in big trouble in a long-term SHTF scenario)? What ya think? It would be really hard to give up DHs incredible job (especially in this economy), our circle of friends, our kids' amazing school, etc., for just a possibility.