As soon as we returned I began photo operations on the specimens of which there were a good many. David found the eucalyptus he had come for grew 50 miles further south at the port of Milbuk, another and smaller logging camp. So we started for it at about 1:30 P.M., reaching there around 9 P.M. after running through a rather heavy rain squall.
Anne read aloud to me a chapter in Wallace on Menado and vicinity.
We had a very active and busy day.