I'd be very upset, because my kids and family are far off. But hell, we'd run out of coconut cream... then gradually various other things. But life here is much more sustainable than the Hebrides - where life continued on remote islands for years without much contact. And I have about 40 cans of coconut cream. Yes, all things run out, but we'd adapt, and there is plenty of food, and a lot of knowledge. Medicines would be the worst, as there is actually a finite limit to what you can cure with muttonbird oil. I wonder if it would do as a diesel substitute? Compared to a city it would be a holiday camp.
And anyway tonight's supper was a very very rich wallaby strips in a coconut cream sauce, and some of our 50kg of rice... and veg from the garden.
My tomatoes are nearly over... and my latest book came out yesterday. And that's all the news.