Have got quite comfortable billet – am in same room with Griffiths, with Wooley in the same house – some distance from mess. Seeing that we are so close to the line we are very fortunate to get such a comfortable billet.
Left camp at 9.30a.m., marched to Woolincourt, train started at 12.30 – reached Belle Eglise at 11.30, found horse and hunter waiting and marched to Englebelmer – reaching there just after 1. AS everybody had gone to bed I laid my bed out on the orderly room floor and slept there.
To Report – had lunch and tea at thee Plage – back by brake to camp.
With Crampton and Bryant walked by the sea to Caillen – then took a motor to St. Valery – a very pretty place but quite deserted at this time of the year – had lunch and tea and then mototed back to camp.
Stayed in Ault all day.
Went in camp motor to Treport – a much livelier place than Ault. Lieut. Bryant and Roy Crampton of the H.A.C. are here and are jolly good chaps. Had lunch and dinner at the Hotel de Plage and back in the evening and a brake.