and inevitable "bottom of a bird cage" taste in our mouths.
Reached Harfleur about 11 A.M. this morning and reported to the Base Hqrs. and settled down.
Had a large night in Le Havre with my friend Pentland this evening.
I'm fed up to the teeth. My pal Pentland left for the front this evening and I have to hang round this blasted place for heaven knows how long. I have to do duty on train piquet at 9 this evening between here and Le Havre as the diggers have been making a name for themselves in these.