started firing the trained mans’ test and I had the satisfaction of again getting a 4 group which counted the maximum score 25.
Saturday Nov. 29th. This is the day I referred to previously as a very trying and exhausting one. An alarm came and after packing up and cleaning the billet we set off to march to Canterbury, a distance of 15 miles. We got along fine and when we had done ten miles we stopped for lunch.
During this interval came the news that the alarm was off and we had to return. We were much disgusted for although we’d been having a pretty good time at Sandwich we were looking forward to seeing the boys again and getting back to our comfortable billets. To make matters worse the rain came down heavily and we
We were much disgusted