No signs of the Mohmands, marched all round the Frontier and to-day marched to Camp Tagoman on the Bara river, 11 miles from Peshawar.
Returned to Subhan Khwar camp and took Daisie out with me to look round.
We have had a delightful time with a nice clean empty Murree looking quite beautiful – feeling much fitter but far from strong yet, after all that Diarrhoea and fever and my tummy not right yet. Susanna has been a great delight and she and I have had long walks alone over the hills – she gets along very well though she is such a tiny mite. The weather has been glorious and we have all been very happy – much too happy for these horrible times of war.
Arrived Forest Dell, Murree, Miss Keys, where Susanna was born – 11. a.m. such joy to see Susanna, such a dear and looking so well – though thin.
Left Peshawar 11 p.m.
Motored into Peshawar in Davies’ motor (Davies of the Guides left in command).