me personally would rather be in the south. more woods, more people trust worthy, more food grown to eat, more people that know how to handle weapons and already know how to hunt. now they just adapt to hunting zombies. give me some opinions people.
I would go/stay north, lots of large game to hunt, don't have to worry about waste as most of the year its below freezing so meat will stay frozen. human population would be low, so less Z's and Zicicles are not much of a threat.
also with GOOD winter clothing a Zed would be lucky to even bite through your clothing :)
I'm with Scott on this one 100%... Besides the advantage of frozen zombies in the winter, food is very plentiful in the north if you know where to look and as for hunters... there are more than enough of those to deal with the Zeds that come this way.
I would like to know where you got the idea that there were more trustworthy people down South. Wait, never mind that, where did you get all these ideas? I live in North Dakota. Thats the top of the America's breadbasket. We grow all kinds of food here, corn, potatoes, wheat, barley, soybeans, etc... and as far as weapon handling goes, all the kids here get the first day of Deer hunting season off from school. Everyone hunts here. In fact, I see more people coming here from the south to hunt than our own hunters. Woods get in the way of seeing things... we have few here. It gets damned cold here, cold enough to freeze a living person solid in under an hour. Zeds dont have much chance then, for 4 months of the year. My entire state has a population of just over 600k. That's just a suburb in the south. I could go on but I won't. Suffice it to say that I agree with my two Canadian brothers who already posted...
I would say North too. Not only for the above reasons but also for disease control. There is a smaller population to begin with but as it gets cold the rotting bodies will decompose slower or stop completely giving you time to safely forage for supplies without coming into contact with toxic wastes from rotting bodies and all of the other fun stuff that results from having large numbers of dead bodies in a confined area.
I'm from southern california, its dry, hot, and basically a desert if the aqueduct were never put in. I rather move north or north east if I could. in the north there are: less people, more animals, forested, mostly rural areas, cooler weather, rainier weather (enough for growing foods without irrigation) more guns- california is nearly a gun-free zone, more people who can live off the land.
I've on one of the US's northern peaks less than 50yrds inland from Lake Erie. We have woodland but not forest at least near me, so i would have to use my only major natural surrounding to my advantage, the lake. I have a fear of deep water and dislike boats so i'd have too say i am pretty screwed. But it beats the hell out of the swamp marsh of the south. Unless your a seasoned hunter/bait-man that is. Alligators,Anacondas, and tons of other poisonous wildlife...no thanks.xD
ok ok i see all of ur points. i do. but u all also live in the north already. as to the post about not being able to stand our summer thinkin u was gonna die because of the heat, i and others feel the same way about the cold.