On my part, anyway.
Specifically, 'get out of the way' prep in the event of, oh, some of those twirly windstorms that are dancing* around today and tonight.
I keep a 'get home' pack in the truck, and it also has the emergency stuff(first-aid kit, axe, rope, etc.); but watching the weather situation deteriorate and thinking about if needed to saddle up and go, some things came to mind: the Security Staff.
I knew where the leashes were, but it took a bit to find their collars(if I leave them on when they're in the yard, they pull them off each other and eat them. Literally.) And, just to be on the safe side, added a couple of bottles of water.
Food? Need to either have a large jug I can fill up, or a small bag to leave sealed(in the case of having to bug out on other matters I plan on taking the container with ALL their food).
Couple of other things came to mind, jtbotss, and I got them either loaded or ready to load. Having the lead time we did, I'd have been able to throw the last few in, grab the dogs and go. I'm making a list to do some thinking on. In the case of weather like this I'll either be able to come back later that day or- worst case- find new accomodations while rebuilding; I need a better prepared 'go' plan for the 'can come back later' situations.
*with spike-soled boots