28th January 1933 cont. - taking in churingas made of wood
Towards evening the mission boys party arrived and camped a few hundred yards away. His groups now contained about 200. In the evening I went after rabbits, but had to walk a long way, as the natives had dug put the warrens nearby. The others employed the evening taking in churingas made of wood from a little group of Ngalia for a little flour and sugar. The evening meal consisted of rabbit cooked native style in its fur, damper and tea.

As Titus was travelling with a small flock of goats we did not get very far that morning and we gave him a lift on one of the camels as a change from donkey riding.