June 12, 1918
Had more inoculations to do in the morning. In the afternoon took a car for supplies to Crouey and Longpres and, while waiting for tea at Picquigny, had a look at a ruined castle on the top of the hill. It dated back to 800 and is about the finest of its kind I have seen in France. Walls, etc. were massive but the dwelling was in ruins. Tea consisted of veal, potatoes, white bread and butter, with beer, cost 3.75 francs. A good day with fine weather.