Wednesday, March 10, 2010


Short one, just to let you know that we are still here.

The hoards from Lexington and Louisville hit us at the same time. Non-stop droves of them, for the last sixteen hours. It's gotten so bad that we can't even go outside, unless we go out onto the front deck.

She's yelling for me. They're beating on the windows.

Oh god.


  1. Sorry for the long delay. There's a lot of news on my front. Our fortress in Amelia fell due to being compromised by UNINFECTED individuals.

    We tried to provide a haven for as many as we could, but when we ran out of room, they started tearing our shelter apart. The commotion attracted the zombies and my friend and I fled.

    We got across the Ohio just fine and we're just north of your location now, but can't seem to find a decent approach. We're sleeping in trees tonight, until we can find a way to reach you. I sent you my cell phone #. Please, if you see any opportunity, give me a ring.

  2. You probably won't find a way across anywhere near there. I suggest making your way along the river either way--west toward louisville if you want to try and cross into kentucky, or east toward virginia if you want to try and get to the east coast. AM radio suggests some government controlled protective areas along the eastern seaboard.