August 28, 1918
Very quiet. Rain at intervals. Advance still continues and the hun is rapidly falling back. Since middle of July we are reported to have captured over 100,000 prisoners and 1,800 guns, which must go a long way towards wiping out our earlier defeats. Had one of our cars destroyed to-day by a landmine but the party on board only received abrasions.
These mines are fairly common, the enemy using delayed action fuses and all hands are wary. Collected more supplies from the M.D.S. today and sent some forward to the R.A.P.’s. The A.D.M.S. has made our camp his H.Q. and we expect a move owing to the advance. Sent home to-day a parcel containing German drugs, etc.