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So, we have other threads to discuss bad ideas and such. Why not have one to talk about what your plan is? What do you think the weak points are? The strong ones?
Right now my plan is fuzzy. My wife is deployed and we live in England, but I'm spending a fair bit of time back at home with family and friends. In neither place do I have ready access to my firearms. If Z-day happens while I'm in England, it will be very difficult because of population density. There simply isn't a place that's very far from the cities. Also, I can't access a lot of my good military and camping gear from inside the house because it's in the garage. Honestly, I haven't been able to come up with anything that has a particularly great chance of success. The best I have is to grab a couple baseball bats, my 3-part all weather sleeping bag & hiking pack, pack in some clothes and some of my gear, and drive my car north until I find a defensible position or reach a location with far lower population density.
In the states, I'm not far from Chicago but I also have practically no good survival equipment. I have a decent sleeping bag (only rated to 30 deg. F) and a really good backpack. I'd load up some bottled water, the first aid kit and other emergency supplies in the car, and try the get out of dodge at the first sign of Zack. My plan is to get to somewhere like Montana or Idaho, a place that has low population density and a good chance of lower infestation. I especially like Southwest Idaho for the mountains and harder to get to places, natural barriers are a great boon. There's plenty of decent crop-land if you know where to look, and lots of cattle (good only as long as the Z-plague can't affect them).
Like I said, sketchy and with a lot of holes. The biggest being how vague they are. Hopefully Z-day doesn't happen for a few years (or like, never), so I'll have time to get a better setup. :)