Wednesday (5 December 1917)

Well, we move up to new positions tomorrow.  The frost this morning was intense and the ice on the ponds quite thick.  This cold clear weather has the advantage of rendering the ground dry under foot.  The trumpet has just blown “Come and get your pay” and there is great rejoicing in the camp.

9.30. p.m. Spent the evening with Campbell at a sort of variety entertainment by some chaps out of Yorkshire regiment.  The show was excellent and well put on – had a real good laugh.

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