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Bugout! California Part 155 – Lessons Learned

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Scagsdale's Tales

“Nobody else anywhere near us,” Ben said, watching the satellite feed.

“Good,” Ivan said. “We should have a leadership meeting.”

“Where?”

“Down here,” Ivan said. “We should leave the others out there just in case. Every enemy body needs to be checked.”

“What do we do with them after we check them?” Morgan asked.

“Burn them,” Robbie said. “Then the RFID chips will be destroyed. That’ll make new arrivals stick out like a sore thumb.”

“Yes,” Ivan said, taking out his phone. He sent a text.

“Who are you inviting?” Seth asked.

“Ji-Ho, Jules, Ted, Tex, Sam, Sparky, Garrett, Ed, and Tyler.”

“Might want to add Sid and Erica,” Seth said.

“Yeah, and Susanne,” Morgan said.

“Somebody have their numbers?” Ivan asked. “Go ahead and text them.”

“Want us to leave?” Seth asked.

“Nope, you guys are our intelligence team,” Ivan said. “We need you here, if you don’t mind…

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Bugout! California Part 154 – Swarm of Bees

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Scagsdale's Tales

“Hear that?” Sid asked.

“Sounds like mortar fire,” Sam said.

Tyler laughed. “Sounds like those cannons to me.”

Just then they saw a semi-rig come over the hill, heading straight for them.

“I see hits from the front of the property,” Ed said, checking his phone.

“Let these guys get a little closer,” Sam said.

“Roger that,” Garrett said. They watched as the semi-truck slowed.

“I think they’re gonna park right there,” Sid said, watching them through his rifle scope. “I can take out the driver and passenger. Got them in my crosshairs.”

“Go,” Sam said. Sid pulled the trigger, the driver’s head exploding in the cab, tagging the passenger as he screamed with panic.

“Nail that trailer,” Garrett shouted into his phone, and the large plains rifles fired from the ridges around the truck, shredding the trailer, releasing the RFID signals, all the men’s phones buzzing.

“Let’s get them!”…

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Bugout! California Part 153 – Colt Dragoon

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“We’re back on my land,” Garrett said as the Jeep Unlimited drove the rutted trail. “There’s a stand of trees to hide in, right where the semi will have to stop.”

“How far?” Sam asked from behind the wheel.

“Couple miles,” Garrett said. “There’s some of my cavalry, up on that far ridge. See them?”

“Yeah,” Sid said. “Surprised they didn’t see the gravel.”

“They don’t go that far off our land,” Garrett said. “We’ve got so much to patrol inside our own borders.”

They rolled down the dusty trail, the heat of the day still rising, not enough breeze to cool them down.

Tyler took a swig from his water bottle, then wiped sweat off his brow. “We got enough coverage for the town with all the off-roaders coming here?”

“Should,” Sam said. “We’ve got all those battle wagons.”

“Hell of a lot of infantry now, too,” Garrett said…

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Bugout! California Part 152 – Gravel

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Scagsdale's Tales

Sid, Sam, Ed, Tyler, Ryan, and Garrett were moving slowly in the Jeep Unlimited with its top down, eyes peeled at the tracks coming from behind the ridge.

“Here it is,” Sid said. “Stop. I’m getting out.”

Sam nodded, parking the vehicle. Everybody got out, M60s or M4s in hand.

“There’s an old stagecoach route back here,” Garrett said. “This trail runs into it after a couple miles.”

“Is it drivable?” Ed asked.

Garrett thought for a moment. “It’s rutted as hell in spots, but any four-wheel-drive vehicle could handle it. A heavy-duty two-wheel drive could handle most of it.”

“Where does it go?” Tyler asked.

“Off our land,” Garrett said. “Across Mother Grundy Truck Trail Road, and on into Deerhorn Valley. It kinda links up with Honey Springs Road.”

“Kinda?” Sid asked, stopping.

“It doesn’t get all the way there, because of a seasonal creek. Used to go through…

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