through mud inches deep we landed home quite satisfied with our little excursion.
Church Parade in morning. At two o'clock we mounted a motor chars-a-banc & with 28 other "swaddies", including Les & Alan, went to Salisbury City. The drive occupied about an hour & a quarter & was grand. We passed through fields, across creeks & rivulets, through several hamlets & one fairly large town & after going through a mile or so of Salisbury itself, we again took to foot. We had a nice quiet walk through the city & into its suburban lands & through the Cathedral lands, having a good look at the Cathedral itself.
We had afternoon tea in a flash wee restaurant somewhat after the style of the "Chic" in Hunter St. It was called