Full article HERE. Makes me realize how thin the margin of survival can be, and how even a short disruption of the infrastructure can be catastrophic. Yes, I realize Colorado is not Haiti, and an earthquake here would be dealt with in a vastly different manner, but chaos like what is being experienced in Haiti right now goes a long way to inspire me when considering my stores of food, ammo and water. Crisis like this makes me feel just a little less crazy about my survival / preparedness agenda. So anyway...in my limited space, I have a stash of food and water that would allow the GF and I to "bug-in" and hunker down at home for about 14 days if we had to, maybe 3 weeks if we're careful with rations. I don't have any special water storage other than bottles, and I don't have any significant purification stuff, either. I have enough weapons, ammo and communications equipment to overthrow a small country, but I am starting to think 2 weeks of sustenance might not be enough in the event of a natural disaster, pandemic, etc... Any thoughts? For my prepared friends, how long could you stay in? How much have you spent?