Item 04: Frank Valentine Weir letter diary, 1 January-31 December 1918 - Page 58
26 February 1918 Tuesday (X to X crossed out)
Left Camp at dawn, lunched at
Akik in an olive grove weather quite warm compared to the Hills- Miles of Barley Crops are now up 6 inches high- Our government are providing the Bedouins with the seed free & all ploughing is done with the old wooden plough
X We will be doing nothing now for some weeks as horses are suffering from stunt.
[indecipherable] on arrival back in our Camp at Richon-le-Zion.
Love to all & I hope this travels safely-X