shells to waste. We had rather an amusing experience getting here. I was out with a fatigue party on Monday, got back at 4.00 & found the order waiting for me, and my kit already gone. So I had tea, and about 6.00 started out with my servant Bayley, who had been here before & thought he knew the way. My bump of locality told me that we were going wrong; and I suggested that our movements seemed rather circular, but he thought he was all right. We asked directions; but in this land of twists & turnings, and in the dark and rain we found them rather difficult to follow. We should have been here in 45 minutes. At the end of two hours we found ourselves in a village about 10 minutes walk from the place we started from. Here, however,
Trotter, Bernard Freeman, Letter, 10 January 1917
McMaster University’s Own Soldier Poet: Bernard Trotter
Trotter, Bernard Freeman
10 January 1917
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