posted on Jun, 23 2010 @ 02:35 PM
Well, John thinks that the methane problem is real, but not the reason for this lockdown of the area. If that blows, it will happen fast. If it's
under those rigs that are burning off methane, it will ignite it immediately. So who ever is near by is toast. No time to run. Secondly, it if
generates a tsunami, folks would only have a couple of hours to run. Think of trying to get the word out, hold down the panic, clogged roads,
accidents, etc. Then if it happens at 2am, getting the news out will be hard. Again, surviving it will be totally luck.
He was interested in the area that's closed He seems to think that there was a black op going on and they couldn't move it fast enough after the
strom made that last unexpected jog. He doesn't know what's up, but he wants to get out of this area. We will move during the night. I feel bad,
slowing them down. My sons will be trying to meet us from the north. We'll have to set the place and hope to make. The boys and I camped out often
the those woods, so I told them a place we can meet. Hope it works.
Myles is an odd duck. I don't know if he is autistic, or mentally disturbed, or if he is in shock from something. I thought he might be sick, but
no fever. He acted happy to see me, then started shaking when we met John and Andrea. He doesn't talk at all. We went into a house to find shelter
and food, and he went crazy, started yelling and breaking things. John had to wrestle him to the floor. Then he turned passive. Very strange!
I haven't seen many animals, but Lady had drank water out of the puddles. It scared me, but she seems OK. The plants don't seem too happy with the
oil, they look a little wilted to me. Let me know where they take you.