Bugout! California Part 33 – Sheridan

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Sparky put on the Kevlar vest, then put his shirt and coat back on. “Ready.”

Tex and Jules nodded at him.

“Let’s go,” Jules said, pushing the door open, clutching his Mac-10. The others had their pistols out. “Let’s see how many clocks I can stop before this thing jams.”

Tex chuckled as they slipped out. Jules opened up on a man sneaking around the back, dropping him, but not before he screamed. Other enemy fighters noticed.

“You see the Islamists with the UN guys?” Sparky asked.

“We knew,” Jules said. “The islamist create crisis for UN to put down. Classic.”

They raced to the back of the parking lot.

“In my Jeep,” Jules shouted. It was sitting in the back row of the parking lot, top removed. “We kill a few on the way out, then meet others with TOW missiles by Alondra Golf Course.”

“Where’ we hitting first…

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Bugout! California Part 32 – TOW Missiles

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“Almost there,” Sam said. “See the road?”

“Yep,” Connie said. “Took less time than I expected.”

“Sid’s slowing down,” Clem said. “So’s John.”

“You still planning on looking at the main camera?” Connie asked.

“Yeah,” Sam said.

“Won’t that tip off the bad guys about where we are?” she asked. “Maybe give them a clue to where we’re going?”

“It might,” Sam said.

“Use the enemy phone,” Clem said. “That’ll throw them a curve ball.”

“It might enhance their ability to track us,” Sam said.

“I doubt it,” Clem said. “They probably didn’t plan for this contingency.”

“He might be right, honey,” Connie said.

“Okay, I’m convinced,” Sam said. “Look, Sid just turned onto the road. He’s stopping at that parking lot up there, for the housing development.”

John pulled up next to Sid. Sam parked next to Sid on the other side, and everybody got out.

“Massive development,” Clem…

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Bugout! California Part 31- Internet Lockdown

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“Let’s get going,” Sam said as Sid ran towards his Jeep. “Call One Eye on the way.”

“Roger that,” Sid said. “You mind driving, honey?”

Yvonne looked at him and nodded yes. They got in and took off, Sam’s Jeep and John’s truck following.

“You gonna be okay driving for a while?” Sid asked.

“I’m as good at off-road driving as you are,” Yvonne said.

“You’re right about that,” Sid said. “Leave the lights off until we get out of sight of the reservation.”

“Duh,” she said. “Call One Eye.”

Sid nodded and hit the contact, then put the phone to his ear.

“One Eye?” he asked when the call connected.

“Sid? What’s wrong?” One Eye asked.

“Just wanted to let you know that the reservation is on fire. We’re taking an alternate route.”

One Eye chuckled.

“You think this is funny?” Sid asked.

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Bugout! California Part 30 – Escape

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Ji-Ho followed Emma and Kaylee downstairs to the vault, and punched in the code. The door popped open and they went in. The men were behind them watching.

“Punch in code here to get out,” Ji-Ho said, showing them. “Code is 3948294.”

“That’s grandma’s phone number,” Kaylee said.

“Yes,” Ji-Ho said. “Don’t open door unless one of us say.”

Emma and Kaylee nodded yes, eyes terrified.

Ji-Ho closed the vault door and locked it. “Garage door there,” he said, pointing to the back of the room. They rushed over and went into the garage, heading for the weapons in the backs of the vehicles.

“The dog barking stopped,” Seth said.

“Dog probably dead,” Ji-Ho said. “Come, let’s go to console and check video. Camera all over property.”

They ran up the stairs, rushed through the living room, and into the entry way. Ji-Ho turned on the console, then pushed some…

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