such is life these days.
Left London with my friend Mr. Pentland of the 4th Pioneer Battalion by the 7.35 train. Reached Folkestone about 11 A.M. Had a good lunch and a game of billiards at the Pavillion Hotel and got aboard the SS Victoria. Reached Boulogne 4.30 p.m. Driven to Ostrohove Rest Camp by a thick headed Tommy where we stayed the night.
Left by 7.42 train for Longpre where after a long stroll round a good clean up and a feed and after trying to confiscate an R.A.M.C. Sergt's fishing rod we got aboard another train and prepared for an all night train journey and the subsequent