Site surrounded by a 10 foot high steel fence, access to water, wild animals, wild birds, fenced off space to grow crops, a generator or two, workshop, a few large trucks and vans, a commercial kitchen with a reasonable amount of food stored, two massive gas canisters to fuel the place, jerry cans of petrol and diesel in a store, solar panels on the roof, a bunk room, etc, etc.
I think i would do ok apart from the other people there. I don't think they'd survive very long.
Biggest issue would be getting home to pick up the family and back as it's an hour each way. But then I do have some useful toys at home that would make the trip worthwhile...
We regularly talk about this sort of thing at work. It's interesting seeing different people's levels of preparedness. We're due to fly into Florida with work next week. Will be interesting to see what Hurricane Irma has done to the place.
The likelihood of being at work is slim.
You've seen reports of zombie attacks on the news, social media is ablaze with people getting eaten and turned, you're wife's calling you and freaking out, are you really thinking "man, this might make me late for work?" Or even, "I hope 5pm rolls around soon so I can protect my family without getting a write-up from my boss..."
I'm assuming that I won't be going to work from the point I hear of an attack, onwards. The mass exodus out of the cities will have started already, people will be looking for refuges, water, food, fuel, guns etc, and this will be the most dangerous time to be on the road. Zombies will be easy to deal with compared to gangs of desperate people with little to lose.
Stans work-place sounds like a decent place to go though, but he'll need to defend it, especially in the early days...
I think you'll die a quick and lonely death there bud. The marker will just make noise so they focus on killing you. The bow is good for as many bolts as you have, and has a super slow reload speed. You won't be able to kill them as fast as they show up, and if you're down to a samurai sword you will die as soon as it sticks in bone or snags in sinew.
I do appreciate your enthusiasm, but I think you die early without a fence/secure boundary.