August 29, 1918
Good weather again. Collected dressings and stores from Daours in the afternoon, also went in the car to workshop at Petit Camion. It was a good sight to see all the crops harvested and the Frenchies old and young are certainly working overtime, in some places troops are used for the purpose. There are now 5 C.C.S.’s at Daours, and two are moving up forthwith to keep pace with advance which still continues. Wanting some Sod.Carb. which I had forgotten to order.
I went down to the C.C.S. with patients about 8 p.m. and arrived back about 11.30. The night was cool and very dark, but the ride was enjoyable, very little traffic on the road. Had a stroll round viewing some German ammunition dumps near, which were well concealed, a second dump he had destroyed with his own shellfire. Saw one of our bombing planes which had made a forced landing through a direct hi from an archie, he landed O.K. only breaking the tail.