[May 4th 1916]
Officer at night searching with a lantern. He became almost hysterical at the sight of the venomous companies that might interrupt his slumbers. My notes made on Scarabs in these camp are entered later.
Friday; May 5th 1916: Legette Camp
I have little to record on this march. The rest had greatly refreshed us; we felt no objection to the early start. The animals disagreed with that sentiment for the sullen growls of the camels were deeper than ever at the prospect of their heavy loads. We have been able to send most of our bullocks with their tongas back from Gobishiah by river so that the greatest impediment is removed. The mules we must bring with us; as pack