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Bugout Part 136 – Air Strikes

Bob:

Here’s the next episode of Bugout! from my story blog.

Originally posted on Scagsdale's Tales:

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Jerry’s phone rang. He looked over at Jeb, and then answered it.

“Jerry here.”

“Jerry, it’s Frank. Somebody started the attacks on the enemy agents in Washington DC early.”

“They get them all?”

“Yeah, but we don’t know if they called anybody. Just to be sure, the enemy’s satellite access has already been turned off.”

“So if we don’t strike fast, no surprise?”

“Yep, that’s the message I wanted to get to you. I’ve got to call the other cars, too. General Hogan is calling the Humvee.”

“Okay, thanks for the info.”

“Take care of yourselves.”

“Will do, Frank.”

Jerry put his phone back in his pocket.

“That didn’t sound good,” the Sheriff said.

“It’s not all bad news. The good guys took out all of the enemy agents in DC, and shut off the enemy satellite access.”

“Already?” Jeb asked.

“Yeah, that’s the problem. We might not have the…

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Bugout Part 135 – Massacre Aftermath

Bob:

Here’s the next episode of Bugout! from my story blog.

Originally posted on Scagsdale's Tales:

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“Makin good time,” Jeb said, behind the wheel of his Jeep.

“Sure are,” the Sheriff said, sitting in the front passenger seat. “Hope we have enough daylight to get off the highway.”

“We will,” Jerry said. “No problem.”

“Yeah,” Jeb said. “I’m starting to feel the excitement.”

“Excitement?” Terry asked.

“Yeah, the hunt,” he said. “I’m ready.”

“You aren’t scared?” Terry asked.

“Sure, I’m scared,” Jeb said. “Not a problem. I’ve had one eye looking behind me since we were at Charlie’s place. I’ve had enough of these creeps.”

“Well, can’t really blame you there,” Jerry said. “It has been nice being out of the battlefront area for a while.”

“Rosie okay with you doing this?” Terry asked.

“Yeah, she’d think less of me if I didn’t,” Jeb said. “How about Trish?”

“She knows we have to do this,” Terry said. He sighed. “You know, I want so badly to…

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Bugout Part 134 – The Rush to Battle

Bob:

Here’s the next episode of Bugout! from my story blog.

Originally posted on Scagsdale's Tales:

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The General walked up to the front of the room, where the home team was meeting.

“News?” Charlie asked.

“Yeah,” he said quietly. “There were several passes set up to get into Kansas. The men who set them up have been quietly arrested.”

“Anybody get across?” Hilda asked, looking frightened.

“We don’t know for sure. There’s one group for which we don’t have reliable information,” he said. “We need to scan for enemy chips.”

“Are they close?” Charlie asked

“No, if they came in, it would have been from the north, mid state,” he said.

Dobie took his phone out of his pocket, and got a concerned look on his face.

“You see icons?” Gabe asked.

“Yeah, but only five. See, right at the tip of the border. They’re on a small road that dead-ends. Not a good way to get down here.”

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Bugout Part 133 – Hole in the Barn

Bob:

Here’s the next episode of Bugout! from my story blog.

Originally posted on Scagsdale's Tales:

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The Sheriff walked back towards the trailers, his head spinning through the mayhem to come. Dobie came walking towards him, with Gabe and Jake following.

“Gonna talk to Terry?” Jake asked.

“Yeah.”

“Okay, when you’re done, could you send Trish up to the clubhouse, please?” Dobie asked.

“Sure, I figure both of them would be coming over there,” the Sheriff said. “We’ve got work to do for both teams.”

Trish looked out the window of the trailer, and then disappeared. The door opened.

“C’mon in,” Trish said softly. “I know why you’re here.”

The Sheriff nodded, his face grim. He climbed the steps into the trailer. Terry was sitting on the couch. Trish sat down next to him, and the Sheriff sat on the chair facing them.

“Hi, uncle,” Terry said.

“Hi, Terry. You know why I’m here?”

“Of course,” he said. “When do you need me?”

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