Defense With The BoomStick

(Disclaimer: This post is an ongoing story set in a world where zombies have taken over and people are fighting to survive anyway they can. Originally it was a post of news and tips to help survivors make it one more day alive, but now it has became a story of my fight after being bitten and partially cured to walk as a half-zombie among them.)

Gotta keep moving.

Keep my temperature up as this cold weather has not stopped since that blizzard last Friday. Thankfully the snow stopped a few days ago, but what was left over pretty much buried us inside the building we were taking shelter in. It took us two days just to dig ourselves out and we've only been moving towards to the coast since yesterday.

I wanna say we are about a day’s walk from the coast. I figure when we hit the ocean we should be able to get our bearings and pick the best route to go find a boat along the coast. This snow is not making it easy to travel though; man do I miss the days of snow plows and salters clearing the roads. Those trappings Made life a hell of a lot easier to travel.

The one good thing the snow is doing is slowing those bastard zombies down to a crawl if not outright freezing them in their tracks. Don’t think the souped-up zombies aren’t digging the cold much either as I haven’t seen them at all since the storm hit last week.

We're trying to stay north of Atlantic City as I'm sure we could find a boat there, but there will also probably be a lot of zombies as well. Aiming for this spot called Leisure City that--according to some maps we found from before all this happened--shows all sorts of houses right on the water. One of them has to still have a boat that nobody made it to that should get us up the coast and the other side of the wall.

Government forces in New England have managed to catch a radio transmission or two from there. They sounded on the up and up compared to what I saw when I was in the north, them slaughtering zombies and survivors alike to prevent any sort of breach. They did talk about zombie groups dropping off in the Midwest as they are more congregating on the coasts again.

Still can’t figure out why they're moving in this pattern, but those sightings of thousands of zombies massed together are becoming few and far. All good signs pointing to a possible zombie die off, but is it because of a lack of human flesh to munch on to keep to going?

Too many question with not enough answers. Here’s to finding that boat in the next day or two and getting up north to get some answers. Just wishing this cold will end soon…