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Feb 2, 1917
Met Miss Blackadder just after I had been out for a little exercise. She was looking fine & it did me a world of good to see somebody from home. I get up everyday now & walk about a little. It’s very cold, snow is on the ground & the water in my room freezes overnight. My nurses were Sisters Eastwood, Park & Harrison.
Feb 9, 1917
Back in my tent. It is still freezing, snow on the ground, as cold as the devil & I feel like hell.
Feb 18, 1917
Brothers & Gallagher went up to the front. Visited No. 2 Can. Stat Hospital with Capt. Desjardines, R.C., Padre, had tea & saw Sister Blackadder.
Feb 12, 1917
Capt (?)Bacche (or Beeche), from Vancouver Is. Reported here. Met Capt. Landry of Victoria. He is Adjutant to an Aviation squadron & knows John Briggs very well.
Feb 27, 1917
Took a trip to Hardelot with Capt. Main. This is a summer resort on the coast. No. 25 Hosp. is here for (?)Scabies. Met an Australian nurse & had my first game of Babington.