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became distasteful to me because of the long hours shut up in a room in which clothes were drying: very bad for the chest if that were bad.
I got off that again as for parades & from then till now have spent the mornings in a variety of fatigues of an easy nature, ranging from officer's mess to Y.M.C.A. fatigue; & the afternoons in practically nothing.
The social side of my stay here has been more varied.
Firstly I spent spare hours with Sykes & L/Corp Hughes, both of whom left Perham with me.
Then when I was in the drying room I used to go for evening

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