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Bugout! California Part 102 – Heart

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Shelly and Jules went back to their rig after shutting down the meeting.

“I’m a little upset with you,” Shelly said when they got inside.

“I know, I saw look,” Jules said. “That not bad as came out. Ivan knew I would act. He didn’t have to tell.”

Shelly sat down on the couch. “We’re really on our own for the rescues, though, aren’t we?”

“We run operations on own,” Jules said. “With equipment provided by Ivan. So yes and no.”

“Geez,” Shelly said.

“Still mad?”

Shelly sighed. “No, I get it. It bothered me a little that you made that point to the others before you made it to me.”

“Why?”

“Because you’re mine. I’m first. That’s why.” Shelly stood next to him and hugged him. “Listen to me. Sorry. That sounded so childish.”

“No, not,” Jules said. “I keep in mind, be more careful. You right. You number…

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Bugout! California Part 101 – Leftover Coffee

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Tex and Karen were sitting in the dinette of their rig.

“The meeting is coming up fast,” Karen said.

“You don’t look like you want to go.”

She smiled, reaching across the table to take his hand. “I’d rather just hole up with you in here for a while.”

Tex smiled. “When you decide, you decide, don’t you, little lady?”

“Having second thoughts?”

“Yeah, right,” he said. “I haven’t been this happy in years.”

“Keep talking like that and we’ll miss the meeting,” she said.

“Oh, it won’t last that long,” Tex said.

“Okay, but clear sometime afterwards,” Karen said, getting out of the dinette.

“What are you doing?” Tex asked.

“I need to wash my hair,” she said. “It’s a mess.”

“Oh,” Tex said. “Fine. Think I’ll go get some air.”

“Okay, sweetie,” she said.

Tex got up and left the coach, walking along the row of other coaches…

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Bugout! California Part 100 – Legacy

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“We need to give this kid a proper burial,” Garrett said, staring at the user name and password scratched into the wall, above the bed where Hasan’s body lay. The others were gathered, staring, trying to avoid looking at the gore which used to be Hasan’s face.

“I think we could’ve turned him to our side,” Anna said.

“Looks to me like we did,” Garrett said.

“I agree,” Sid said, “but what can we do with this? We don’t know what system this user name and password are for.”

“Ivan might,” Sam said, taking his own set of pictures of the scrawled data. He texted the pictures to Ivan.

“Good thinking,” Garrett said. “Let’s get this cleaned up.

The women left the room, and the men gently picked up Hasan’s body and carried it outside. Anna followed with a few of the others.

“Where?” Sid asked.

“Shed, for now,” Garrett…

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Bugout! California Part 99 – Hit Squad

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Sam and Erica were on the veranda, sitting on the wicker love seat, enjoying the dusk. Kaitlyn and Seth walked up the steps with Trevor and Kaylee.

“What’s cooking?” Kaitlyn asked.

“Just enjoying the evening,” Erica said. “It’s so nice this time of day.”

“Where’s your mom?” Sam asked Kaitlyn.

“She took a walk with Garrett,” Kaitlyn said, grinning.

“My my,” Erica said. “Figured that was gonna happen.”

“Be nice, you guys,” Kaylee said. Trevor chuckled.

“So, we know now that those chips are planted deep in all the fighters,” Trevor said.

“Well, at least in the three that we’ve removed so far,” Kaitlyn said.

“I’ll bet it hurt putting those in,” Kaylee said.

“Maybe,” Kaitlyn said. “They put them in livestock with a special tool. Might not be as bad as you’d expect.”

Sid and Yvonne climbed the steps with Clem, John, and Sara.

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