If you were to write a book about getting prepared what topics would you want to see covered? Some I've thought of would be a section on determining when to bug out vs. when to stay in place. Obviously a section on fallout shelters from the "Cadillac" version (lots of money and time) down to the expedient shelter (maybe you were on the road and had to do something FAST!!!). Thoughts on vehicles. (What characteristics should a good survival vehicle have such as 4wd, EMP resistance, easy repairablility/maintanance, convertable/adaptable to alternate energy sources, etc.) Long term sustainability. Communication sytems. Recruiting/forming groups including how to determine who you'd want to accept/reject as a group member. etc. I have lots of other ideas but would appreciate yours to help me out. I thought of this because of one of Jerry's stories in which the husband/father left detailed instructions for his family (and non-prepper wife) to follow when he was gone. What would you want included if you had a child/relative that new nothing about prepping and you wanted to get them started right?