Item 03: Cameron Robertson war diary, 29 December 1916-3 February 1919 - Page 51
soon all of us were soaking wet. The rain continued for two hours without a break then it ceased as suddenly as it started. During our trip to Fannys Farm we were subject to many shocks in the shape of shells. The animals were nearly unmanageable and for a time utter chaos reigned. Eventually we got through and left at a gallop for safety arriving in camp at 3am.
9th inst Lieut. Redclilffe who was seriously wounded in the thigh. The rest of us are indeed lucky to get home.
10th Raining work at Fannys Farm. Quiet.
11th Fannys Farm Lively Raining and miserable.