he was hit. None in 7 platoon were touched and this was the last time up to the trenches that we all returned untouched. We got back to the Infantry Barracks at Ypres very tired. We found a good delivery of letters for us and I had a nice parcel from home with many good things in it.
Wednesday. March 24th. Very comfy in the Infantry Barracks and we were allowed more freedom to walk about the town so Ben and I had several good meals at the various cafès. We met a lot of the Liverpool Scottish who were now in the town. The Cheshires were in the same barracks and so were the Norfolks for it was a very big place.
25th Thursday. Spent similarly to yesterday and we laid in a stock of provisions for the trenches. Paraded at 6 p.m. Ben and I had a sandbag full of food and took turns carrying it as we found this a better idea than filling our valises, for during