Day Twenty Eight #DiaryoftheEndoftheWorld

Feet dog-tired this evening. Seems we covered every building within a five block radius. Lyle in the morning again, and me in the afternoon. I stayed out about six hours. Though neither of us turned up the needed component, I did not return empty handed.

Between us we now have enough foodstuffs to allow us to concentrate on the drone part the next couple of days.

While out I again saw the intruder. Judging by the time and space, we must be on its regular route. This fact should make it easier to track back to its lair.

So another reason to focus our efforts tomorrow. Perhaps we should go out together and not worry about the home base.

Day Twenty Seven #DiaryoftheEndoftheWorld

Rufus may be a better watch dog than the drones we are trying to bring online. Lyle and I were safely hidden away well before the intruder buzzed into view.

We each gave him a treat from our foragings of the day.

Lyle launched his drone this afternoon and it has already plotted out our current perimeter. It will stay in this immediate area, whereas mine, when operational, we have decided, will venture further afield. However, we are short one crucial component, which I am hopeful, will soon pop up in one of our expeditions.

I am also hopeful that we will find the source of the intruder. It would tell us if they are friendly or not.

Eyes open.