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Monday, 20 August 2012

Diary Entry - 29th July, 1917

Sunday. It rained during the night and was showery all day. I rode to the wagon lines, getting almost there when Wrate and I had to take cover in a Frenchman's back yard as it simply poured down in buckets. Found Hoyland, Bellew and Nicholson in for lunch, not forgetting Colonel Beech. After lunch Bellew and Nicholson went into town, Hoyland and self following, mainly to get a hair cut and do some odd jobs. But it was Sunday and every shop we wanted was closed so, after a drink at the club, we returned.

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