I carry no note-book with me when I go down the wadi or out into the fields.
Everything, except the river in the wadi below, is yet asleep.
Near Zacariah the Wadi es Sunt contains but few of those trees.
He was buying up land for himself in the Wadi Al Ain and elsewhere.
So we went on, but for fully two miles, till the Wadi Adim crossed our path.
It was a great mystery to us why the Wadi al Ain people had ever been sent for.
There were several groups of huts in the Wadi Khur, which we next reached.
After a bit our camels came, and we were soon in the Wadi Gabeit.
It runs parallel to, and is almost as large as, the Wadi Hadhramout.
The place where we were to climb down into the Wadi Adim was tremendously steep.