Unlucky Survivor Entry 9
Entry 9, May 23, 2016
So, last night we decided to pull off the highway outside off Indianapolis. We went to bed and figured we would just wake up when ever and keep driving in the morning.
Morning came quickly and nosily. We woke up to the sound of a hard knock on the window and the sight of military soldiers in environmental suits standing outside the car asking us to open up.
We got out of the car and had to be pat down for weapons. Of course they found the pistol on me, along with all the guns in the back. They then asked... no, ordered us to follow the military convoy in the truck. So, we did and were led to the outskirts of Indianapolis surrounded by a CDC quarantine fence.
They had me pull the car through these big ass gate and into a garage surrounded in white plastic. We then got out of the car and were forced to take off all our clothes. It wasn't exactly a nice welcome into the city when your being stripped of all your clothes and washed down with blue chemical soap by men i
Unlucky Survivor Entry 8
Entry 8 May 23, 2016
We are still on the road west. We just finished filling up the tank again before we continue our journey west. Was a bitch to find to find diesel in a big city like Columbus. It's not hard to find fuel in the small towns, but in big cities, it's been a major pain. It seems like al major cities are just a major pain in general when it comes to supplies.
Anyway, there's not really much to write about right now. Not much has happened. We've just been driving and stopping at gas stations every so often, scavenging for fuel, then driving more. Our food and water supplies is getting low, so we better find more soon.
Things back in Columbus weren't much different from Pittsburgh. Except, they seemed fresh. It was as if the CDC had packed up and moved out only a few days ago compared to Pittsburgh and previous towns. I'll write more on this once we get to the next town and see what the scenery looks like there.
Its honestly boring around here right now. There's not much le
Unlucky Survivor Entry 7
Entry 7 May 18th, 2014
We are on the road right now. Ally is taking her turn at driving while I get a chance to rest. Getting out of Pittsburgh went some what well. We had a few Z's in the way. We had Blondy lay down in the back seat of the truck with the cat. She doesn't look to good this morning. Her face is looking a little pail and she says she feels like throwing up. I have the 22 in my lap, just in case. I hope it never has to come to that, but we still don't know at this point.
The sky looks so deceiving. It's still peaceful and blue. I never expected hell to still seem so peaceful. All the grass is still green. The wind still blows, yet the rest of the world seems different now. Nature hasn't changed, just humanity. But humanity is still a major part of nature.
It feels as if nature has lost a major love in it's life. It still goes on, but you can tell it just isn't the same. It appears fine and colorful, but the more you look at it, the more you can tell it's never going to be