Back In The Suburbs
On their way back to the RV, the group saw where the fleeing citizens had left the railroad and headed towards the highway - there was no sign of the two zombies, so they assumed that they'd followed them.
Once safely inside and Hannah's ankle had been strapped, they sat with a coffee and took stock of the situation.....
Travis and Sarah had left their apartment block with only the clothes they were wearing and the weapons they carried (and Travis's guitar!), so now the food and water supply would be used up in half the time. Ammunition would soon be a problem, especially for the bow since as far as Sarah knew, the nearest archery store was over in Fort Worth.
When the question of 'what the hell to do next' came up, they narrowed it down to two options:-
Head back to the apartment to pick up clothing and supplies, or check out the nearby freight compound Brad and Hannah had passed a little further down the track when they hid the RV.
The following morning a decision had to be made and Brad pressed the point that they needed a better hiding place for the RV, and Hannah needed a little more time for her ankle to heal before heading back into town.
It wasn't long before they arrived at the perimeter of the compound and they cautiously looked for a way in. The main gates were secure, but they could see another entrance on the far side.
Their relief was short lived though, as a pair of zombies shambled out of the garage / workshop and headed straight for them.
Brad's 4 successes against their 2 (they rolled 3 but lose one for being outnumbered two to one) meant the 'Meet & Greet' went well, with the newcomers eager to help out, and after making sure the workshop was clear, they went over to the main building.
To Be Continued.........