contrary to my expectations, for he is a nervous sort of chap. We had a quiet afternoon and got back to Barracks early at about 8.30 I think.
Saturday, March 13th. Cleaning up and resting all day. Carrying up ammunition at night – a hard job but all the boys got back safely. I saw Ralph Dodd at the Infantry Barracks and had a good chat with him, also Dave Robertson who had had a slight wound in the neck but has recovered alright.
Sunday 14th. Captain Montgomery of D Company was killed yesterday and he was buried near the Chateau to-day and many of our men who knew him well went up to pay their last respects to one of the best officers in the Regiment.
Monday. 15th. We had an alarm, in the night and turned out and marched along the Rue