I am posting this today rather than on Sunday because tomorrow (Sunday) I will be at the 2013 Melbourne Iron Man, the second such event to be staged here. It means an early start and it goes all day so I won’t have a chance to post. Last year a friend of mine competed and I was on hand to cheer him on. This time that friend will be cheering with me.
This snippet follows on immediately after last week, but if you want to refresh your memory about what’s happened you can simply follow this link.
Their destination was several hundred feet below ground and the pair had a long way to go. All completed research projects ended up in what Kassandra called the vault.
A huge underground warehouse, strictly temperature controlled, and hermetically sealed, designed to keep their discoveries and their failures safe. It was a veritable biological fortress, thankfully Kassandra had the keys.
When she first proposed this plan Ryan was sceptical, but Kassandra assured him that the vault would still be secure. It was built to survive disaster, with multiple redundant power plants to keep the machinery running without the need for human intervention.
Ryan was pretty sure that a zombie apocalypse wasn’t in any of the engineer’s minds when they designed the place. He just hoped that Kassandra’s faith in their abilities wasn’t misplaced.
I hope you’ve enjoyed my contribution to this week’s list, and thanks for stopping by.