In a sense I do. I suspect many of us have to accept what we have been dealt with; homes we can't sell, apartments or locations sited by employment, commuting distance or housing costs. Many are not fortunate to be in a primary location they are totally excited about being in an extreme emergency. My primary/current location is "hardened". I don't mean in a defensive or tactical sense. I mean in a strategic sense. I have topographic maps of my area showing water, terrain and roads. I have planted an orchard, planted trees for future firewood, am raising 4 chickens and practicing gardening. I keep 50 gallon water drums in my garage and have water filters to filter harvested water. I keep a year's supply of dried foods. I have alternate ways to cook and heat my home. My wife and I can food a little as a hobby to keep our skills up. I keep my home in good repair and learn to do my own repairs. I took a "second job" selling items on eBay and save that money as my emergency fund and it is a mobile job. As I see it, what I am doing can only add to my home's value and the skills learned are usable here or if I move up later. It can be done on a city lot or in the country and my learned skills can go anywhere. My BOB/72 hour kit and car prep gives me the option to go to nature or migrate to a relative's/friends "hardened" location. You can help a relative harden themselves, wittingly or unwittingly. Buy them a fruit tree, give them some pine seedlings, enhance their camping skills, and teach them to shoot defensively, cook in a Dutch oven at a family get together. Offer to take a first aid class together. I would love to have a perfect location so in the near term, I am perfecting my location. Some friends/neighbors/relatives will never listen or learn, others can be helped along. Some of my best skills have been learned just stopping by a neighbor's home and complimenting them on their garden and walking away with cuttings, seeds or knowledge. This city boy learned to cut firewood even before I had a woodstove by cutting wood for elderly parishioners.
Usually I let my utility trailer get snowed in for the winter, just lazy or not seeing a need for it in the winter, this year I parked it so it is accessible year round. Small simple drills that become habits. Now I can arrive at an alternate location with food, gear and fuel in tow.
For me, no choice, HOME is my primary BOL. I practice and train so I can LIVE with that choice.