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Bugout! California Part 77 – Rock Climbing

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“Where are we stopping?” Morgan asked, walking to the front of the coach.

“The last text said to stop at Hobson Avenue, just before we get to Greenfield,” Robbie said, brow furrowed. “To the right of the 101. You probably have the texts too, you know. They’ve been doing broadcasts.”

“Which coach was it?” she asked, sitting in the passenger seat and pulling out her phone.

“Purple. Jordan was driving.”

“Crap, isn’t that the one that our doctor was in?”

“Yep,” Robbie said. “Here comes that street. I’m getting off. Hope we aren’t the first people here.”

“Put the rig into siege mode as soon as we stop,” Morgan said.

“Yeah, I agree. The ramp empties to the left. Weird.” Robbie took it, then turned left and drove under the 101.

“There’s two coaches there already, see?” Morgan asked, pointing. “Yellow and green.”

“Perfect, that’s Ted and Tex,” Robbie said.

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Bugout! California Part 76 – Road Block in Greenfield

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Sam was already awake when the sun came up. He got out of bed and dressed, then checked his M60 and his handgun. There was the sound of vehicles outside. He looked out the window onto the driveway below just in time to see Tyler and James pulling up two of Ji-Ho’s Jeeps.

There was a soft knock at the door.

“You up?” Sid asked.

“Yeah, I’m up,” Sam said as he tied his shoes. He went out the door and followed Sid down the stairs.

“Yvonne’s not going?”

“I talked her into staying here,” Sid said. “Us leaving will make this location a little short on firepower.”

“Makes sense,” Sam said. “Four of us are enough.”

“It’ll be five,” Sid said. “Ryan’s coming too.”

“Oh,” Sam said. “Probably a good thing. That kid is fast.”

“CIF Champion,” Sid said. “We’re bringing bows, too.”

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Bug Out! California Part 75 – Santa Claus

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Trevor climbed the steps of the battle wagon and went in. Kaylee was sitting on the couch, staring into space.

“Everything okay?” he asked.

“I’m worried about my uncle. He’s so tired all the time. Something’s wrong with him.”

“Have you asked him about it?”

“Of course, but he’s not saying anything,” Kaylee said, stretching.

“He coming back here tonight? Getting close to bed time.”

She giggled. “No, he’s sleeping in the house again. I think he’s trying to use this thing as an incubator.”

Trevor laughed. “He is?”

“He wants us to have alone time,” she said. “Surely you’ve noticed.”

“Yes, I’ve noticed,” he said, sitting on the couch next to her. “You don’t think he’s got a terminal illness, do you?”

She leaned into him. “I hope not. Why?”

“Because he seems to be arranging for your protection after he’s gone,” Trevor said. “Sounds like he’s already placed…

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Bug Out! California Part 74 – Dodge City

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After about an hour of watching, Trevor and Kaylee left the Battle Wagon and joined the others, who were working body disposal around the grounds of the big house. There was a huge bonfire going in the middle of the yard, and bodies were being thrown into it. The smell was bad.

“Where’s Ji-Ho?” Sam asked as they walked up.

“He was behind us, but got a phone call. He’ll be along.”

Seth and Kaitlyn rushed over.

“That mini-gun is frigging awesome,” Seth said.

“It’s scary,” Kaitlyn said. “That sound.”

Sid and Yvonne joined them, then Garrett.

“We’re in your debt,” Trevor said to Garrett.

“Likewise,” Garrett said.

“Where are we going now?” Kaylee asked. “We can’t stay here, can we?”

“You could join us in Dodge City,” Garrett said, a grin on his face.

“That’s that western town you guys have, I suspect?” Seth asked.

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