Item 01: Fred Harold Tomlins war diary, 21 August 1914 - 20 March 1915 - Page 42

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22 Nov

us down below to save getting wet I could hardly realize this this morning when I woke & found we were still on the briny. I had been dreaming all night that I was home & had been telling some experiences. the only thing I could not remember was how I got home & was wondering if I had deserted, or was the war finished; I can imagine "Jim" cantering down to "Tysons" this morning & wondering how "Roger" is doing. I think I must have a touch of the "blues" this morning; Idleboy is doing as well as he was on land & has a coat like silk. he was lucky to miss all the discases & I believe he would enjoy a gallop & I know I would; I exercise him for an hour or two every morning

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