19 May 1918; Sunday

Up about 7 o’clock. Paraded in the morning and spent the morning rearranging the stuff on the limber. In the dinnertime detailed off to go to the *1 to run a small hospital, Truman, Harvey and I. Got to the village about 3 o’clock and got the place fitted up before tea. Walked along to Sarry at night with Harvey. Pleasant walk and glorious evening.

  1. The indecipherable place (?W-s-(t)-l-n/s, or ?Ch-r-s-(t)-l-n/s) was c. 8 miles from Châlons, but we don’t know in which direction. See footnote 2 on 18 May