We’ve found a new home. It’s an empty farmhouse, near the coast. It’s beautiful, but it took a while to clear out all the infected. There’s a barn, and a few fields for us to plant some stuff when the spring comes, and, best of all, hot water!
We’ve unpacked the cars, and we’re going to alternate shifts during the nights, with two of us doing one night and the other two doing the next, and so on and so forth.
Jude helped me and Martin with putting up some fences, while Thomas did the dinner. Jude’s been a lot better since the beach yesterday, he seems a lot brighter, which is good. He’s a sweet little thing, so I’m glad to see him doing better. We’ve put fences around the perimeter, and the back of the barn, so we should be okay for the moment, but we’ll do regular sweeps every day.
I tried calling Mary tonight, but I couldn’t get through, the phones barely work these days, so I’m not surprised. I hope she’s okay.