GWL 28th May 1915

Rather cold again and very dusty on the roads.  There seems to be some rumour that as the regiment is so short this little job may come to an end, but there is nothing official as yet and I do hope there will not be.  It would be very annoying, wouldn’t it?

It was wonderful getting home again.  Now it all seems too good to have been true;  but it really did happen.

Garnier turned up to-day looking pretty fit, also another man called Smith – a queer person, who was attached to us in Portsmouth.  Clarence Gardner is in great form and Vicary’s piece of leave seems to have done him all the good in the world.  He is much better.  This seems a horribly dull letter and nothing to recommend it.  Anyhow we are very well.”

{next post 29th May}

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