Wednesday: May 3rd 1916: Gobishiah Camp.
Up at 3a.m. and left camp with the advance guard at 5.15a.m. Loading camels in the dark with the help of lanterns is not expeditious but nevertheless we gained an early start and put some miles behind us during the cool hours of dawn.
My observations on this march are almost all entered in Natural History section of my journal. The days resemble each other so closely in their general incident that there is little worthy of record. We reached camp by midday; a reasonable march. Camp was pitched on the bank of the river. Each morning we commence our march by a deviation into the desert and each eveningverge inward again to the river bank. Over against us, a-