29th September 1915

At sea. Fine weather. Had a very busy day but don’t mind the amount of work so long as the weather keeps fine. Our invalids are getting into routine and soon all should go on merrily. They are pretty happy and seem satisfied with their food and treatment.

We passed the Devonshire during the early hours. She is bound for Halifax on a similar mission to the one we have been on. It is general belief that we shall come on another mission of the same kind soon after our return home. Personally I would rather be stationed at Queensferry on the same old routine as previously. There was not so much sea-time to do there.

Clock put on 20 minutes.

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