I was up at this morning & went to the rifle range on the Jiftlich track. I did not do very well on the firing.
It became terrifically hot there at when ot came time for us to go. We had to walk the two miles back & I cannot remember any two miles that so taxed our energy.
At twelve, , we had an arms inspection which was rather foolish I thought as the barrels had by no means fully contracted to their normal size.
This evening a cinema show “They were expendable” about the American Motor Torpedo Boats was put on in the club. If it pays it is to be a regular thing.
I was on Prowler Guard today from to . Nothing untoward happened.
Graham & Reilly left this morning to attend a wireless operators course in
I packed parcel (2 films) to Aunt Daisy.
This evening I went on Road Patrol again principally to give me something to do. Bicknell & I had another pleasant evening & chat at the Balata Café. We received an invitation to attend a wedding in the village tomorrow.
On his inspection of the station a few days ago the I.G. was displeased with the state of the garden so all availables were asked this morning to join in weeding the plots. We all did a share & revealed gravel paths which I did not know existed.
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