Finally found where I had safely stored this treasure so I can share some entries and perhaps in a little while get close enough to the right date to try and post a daily entry (no promises as I have been unable to find enough time for everything I’d like to do before!)
Tuesday 4th February 1919
The following letter received from the W.O.
Since this is a direct copy of an official communication I am not typing it all up here but Captain Ashley is informed he has been noted for duty at Gibraltar or Malta when opportunity arises.
Wednesday 5th February 1919
Once again at Bevan’s invitation go round to quest night at the RAF mess.
This afternoon in the middle of a violent snowstorm, a sea-plane landed off the coast beyond the ranges. The occupants escaped but the machine badly damaged was not salved till next day.
Thursday 6th February 1919
A return visit – Bevan RAF dines with me at the RA&RE Mess – a bridge evening for a change.
Friday 7th February 1919
Saturday 8th February 1919
Fine and cold.
Out for a ride on a push-bike after lunch. Visiting Old Romney and Ivychurch.
Ivychurch, a funny little place consisting of half a dozen cottages, possesses a very fine old church.