Friday, March 29, 2013
Finally caught a break.
After a week of putting much needed distance between me and the supply drop I found, I finally surveyed a spot that should have a good bit of supplies I need. The place is this little convenience store along the road, with one little problem. There are about thirty zombies milling about the area that are in between me and the supplies.
The only reason I'm risking trying to get in there (as the whole place is bound and sealed pretty tight with no signs of anyone else breaking in) is that there must be stuff in there. Still think it's really odd that these zombies are staying in this area and not moving on. They must know something is up or is in the area that keeps them here.
If I wasn’t on the brink I wouldn’t even risk trying to take all these zombies on, but I need the food and goods. This will take some scouting to figure out as I can probably lead the zombies away, but then have to find a spot to hide from them or a way to take them all out. I have to do it quick though as I don’t have the supplies to scout the area for long and stick around too long either. I would love to have a car right about now to plow through them or lead them away.
There has to be some way to do this. I'll keep watching the store front for the rest of the day to see if anything changes or if there is a way to sneak in the back. If I can't figure out a way to get in there by the end of the day I have to move on and try somewhere else. I just don’t think I can take on this many zombies with the stuff I have since not a lot of ammo left.
I have a bad feeling about this too.
Usually when zombies seem so organized like they are here, it means those radioactive zombies are around herding them about. Just don’t get what could keep them here or would even make them mill about as I don’t see what is so special about this spot. I can’t even remember the last time I ran into the radioactive zombies. It must have been back in Kansas City I believe and do not want to run into them anytime soon.
It is going to be one long day.