fight. We purchased a tin of golden-syrup there to put in our "pantry". Needless to add, we made a good supper of bread, toast & treacle.
While in Shrewton we had our photos taken in the group.
Still "isolated". We did our musketry course on the large Range today, firing about 95 shots in all, each. We fired at ranges up to 400yds, both in slow & in rapid time. We also had five shots at a disappearing target in the shape of a man, which was exposed for 5 seconds each time. I caught the man three times, but did not do too well on the other rapid firings.
Still "Isolated". We had 25 rounds each for field firing this morning. We were all assembled in the range trench & acted just as on active service. Sentries watched for targets & gave us the signal for jumping up & firing. All targets were of the disappearing type & included sections & companies of men, and also machine guns. This practice was