No 2 T. Base Camp. Fatigue at the docks in morning unloading grain ship. On the march down see the first lot of roses in bloom, and also see the first lady tram conductor. Grain ship curious shape. Draw equipment in afternoon. Y.M.C.A. concert.
No 5 General. Return to Base Camp in evening, and go to service at Y.M.C.A.
No 5 General. Get marked out for the base, and about half an hour afterwards everyone else left in the ward is marked down for ‘Blighty’.
No 5 General. Stout issue. Cigarettes issued every other day here (packet of 12 per man).
No 5 General. Raining on and off all day.
No 5 General. Go to concert in the afternoon at Hospital, hear the same party as at the cinema last week, much better performance. (Canadian Sisters dressed differently to ours, in blue with stars on epaulettes).
No 5 General. Keeping about the same as usual.
No 5 General. Went to have a look at the Y.M.C.A. Sports. Hear the L.R.B. have returned to St Omer.
No 5 General. Nothing doing except to help clear up the ward each morning.
No 5 General. Still lovely weather.