Thanks CD. Yeah, the desalinator and panels excellent idea, good thinking. Thing is too that with the small space they take, they put out 10 fold the advantages. I was thinking of the bike, but then there are only back trails and boonies as far as I know. Goose Bay isn't anywhere close. (The terrain looks like something out of that comet explosion in Siberia a few years back). The net is also a great idea. They have inflatables that can be towed in sea crossings and gales. At 800$ I'll need to come up with the money. Technology today, you figure.
I saw the movie. My 2C, The glass he put on was 1 or 2 layers and spanned 18inches or so. The first wave would have detached the edges if not backed from the inside with something stiff. Gel coat is not the ideal layer for bonding, and in the least would have needed sanding first with 60-80 grit. I don't think I would have gone back to get stores like he did if it was so low in the water, never mind dive for it. At a certain point a boat will hesitate, then plung.
The truck, even though secured would need to be sacrificed with the mobs taking it. Anyway, maybe some dad with kids may need it to make a run for it. It may be one big panic situation, who knows.
Update on the Meds: I got my one pound of Tetra at our country store, no problem or hassals. Could have got bigger packages too. The preferred penn or amox I couldn't see in the case. If anyone got infected I would start with a wash, then mud pack, then if these didn't work an allergy test with just a touch of powder. The dosages and side effects I got online and have it attached to the pack.
thanks for the tips.