Carl Lewis of the USA raises his arms aloft as he crosses the line to win the 100 metres final from #901 Sam Graddy of the USA, # 126 Ben Johnson of Canada and #390 Donovan Reid of Great Britain during the 1984 Olympic Games at the Colliseum Stadium on August 4, 1984 in Los Angeles.
The government dropped the bombs when they realised they were no longer in control. The meds didn't work, the infection took hold, and the gangs erupted from the ashes. Sam and Jason find themselves caught in the cross fire; fighting starvation, infection, and other desperate survivors. Their plan; get to the boat. Get out of Britain. What seemed like an easy task, has become their fight for survival.
"I wandered lonely as a cloud ..."(written 1815). Rydal Mount, Ambleside, Lake District, Cumbria, England. Home of English poet William Wordsworth. (An earlier home of his - Dove Cottage - is very close by). Rydal Mount: http://www.rydalmount.co.uk/