being docked for it, but as yet, such delicacies must only be dreamed of by poor privates.
Church Parade on the open air this morning was disturbed by the rain & the service had to be much curtailed as a consequence.
After dinner Ptes. Lloyd, Piggott & McRae J.D. went to Shrewton for an early tea & then walked to the Orcheston Church for evening service. The service was beautifully simple & we thoroughly enjoyed it, as did we also the 3 miles walk back.
When we arrived back at our hut we were deeply grieved at finding four of our hutmates dead-drunk, and another one "on the road". Two of them were in an awful state, the other two were noisy & merry. At about 10 o'clock the fifth man turned up, as drunk as could be & coated from head to foot with mud & wearing someone