26 June, 1917

Posted: December 10, 2017 by saraherhodes in 1917

Plenty of work as I am on my own. Our personnel is very low at present. The Colonel is away on Court Martial duty, Bolton in hospital, Mayman on leave, and about three vacancies on the staff. I ran into Salisbury last night.

One thinks nothing of a small matter of 13 miles. I go in on the average about twice a week. Leave here at 6 and get home about 12. Both Pat Auld and Chris are doing well. The former is in a convalescent home having a good time – the latter is still in hospital, also having a good time.

I am getting very fed up with this place. Have been seriously thinking of applying to go overseas. One certainly gets a little excitement over there.


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