BOL = Bug Out Location Say you have a friend and his family. They are preppers like you. Something bad happens and you decide to bug out to your cabin and you go in a group of two families. Each family is prepared with fully loaded cars and trailers. In the cabin there is room or the other family use their tents while you and your family use the cabin..etc. Both families help in hunting , cooking , etc. My question is about supplies of the two families. Do you throw all supplies in one location and use by everyone ? Do you keep them separate and throw a week worth in the common pantry ? Do you keep them separate and each family cooks their own meals ? The question is not about something that one of the families has and the other doesn't . It is understood they will share anything as needed. But we are talking about the general stock of supplies. Do you keep them separate or do you mix everything ? My own view is something in the middle. Keep everything separate and share something like a week worth in a common pantry. If suppose after a few days news come and the two families make different decisions ( one thinks problem is over and is heading back home, while other is staying for two more weeks ) then supplies are still separate in general. What you all think ?