Setley's next task was to render what assistance he could to the crew of the bogged Tank.
There's a Tank boggedfifty yards south-east of Henricourt Farm, sir," he reported.
When the vehicle bogged down, he sent the bulldozer to push it free.
One of the Shermans bogged down almost immediately in the soft sand of Red Beach, but the other three continued in column.
Some of the tanks bogged down in the rain-soaked soil, and tank retrievers had to pull them free.
Since the airfields were the obvious prize, Matsuda did not believe that the Marines would plunge into the muck and risk becoming bogged down short of their goal.
I see my pappy git under de wagon once when it was boggedup to de hub and lift and heft dat wagon and set it outside de ruts it was bogged down in.
A few hundred yards below the camp Billy got bogged in a quicksand bank so deeply as to be unable to stir, and they had to undermine him on the creek side and pull him into the water.
About five miles farther on he bogged again, and afterwards was so weak that he could hardly crawl.
Away in front of the line, in No Man's Land, was a bogged Tank, and Irish sentries heard a wail from it.
The whole of the fighting here was made very difficult by the swamps of the Reutelbeek, worse even than those of the Hanebeek, through which the New-Zealanders crossed, and our English boys were bogged as they tried to cross.
We got bogged and couldn't keep up with the barrage.
It took them three-quarters of an hour to get over two lines of undefended trenches, whole platoons getting bogged in them and slipping back when they tried to climb out.
The water in the open holes did not agree with either Gibson or Jimmy, and, when starting, I had shown them where to dig for a spring of fresh water, and where I had nearly got a horse bogged one day when I rode there, to see what it was like.
Two of our riding-horses were badly bogged in trying to find a get-away: finally, we had to cut boughs and sticks, and bridge the place over with them.
A bullock whose tracks I had seen further up the creek had got bogged here.
Some of the horses got bogged in this ravine, which caused considerable delay.
After many turnings and twistings, and being bogged up to the shoulders, we managed to get through all safe.
The footing seemed quite secure to our horses, but the cattle were much heavier; and if an animal ever bogged in the river, there was water enough to drown him before help could be rendered.
If you wait until this river falls, you are liable to have an experience like we had on the South Canadian,--lost three days and bogged over a hundred cattle.
But we congratulated ourselves that we had bogged down only three head in recrossing.
The afternoon was more than half spent when we reached the first bogged cattle, and by the time the wagon overtook us we had several tied up and ready for the mule team to give us a lift.
It was dark before we got the last of the bogged cattle out and retraced our way to camp from the first river on the trip that had turned us.
Getting these cattle out was a much harder task than the twenty head gave us the day before, for many of these were bogged more than a hundred yards from the bank.
There were by actual count, including those down at the crossing, over eighty bogged cattle that required our attention, extending over a space of a mile or more above the island ford.
We were all experienced in handling bogged cattle, though this quicksand was the most deceptive that I, at least, had ever witnessed.
In mud webogged from front to base, And dirt was ours, but not disgrace.
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