No flying for 2nd Lt. Swanson. His mount is still being repaired after the altercation with the Aviatik day before last, and since there are no back-up mounts available at the moment the young airman has the day free. He is pleased about this as he has a window to install in Jim's hut. Swany had worked a deal earlier in the week with a shopkeeper in Lozinghem for a stained glass panel she had that had been collecting dust in the corner of her establishment for quite some time. After a fair amount of bartering a deal was struck and the Lieutenant returned to camp with his purchase. He was now waiting for Jim to decide which wall to have the item installed in. It is a lovely piece, all blues and greens, depicting a standing peacock surrounded by reeds and lilies. Not too large at just under three feet tall and 20" across, it should fit nicely with the eclectic decor Collins has going in his digs. Swany has suggested the south wall so as to catch the most sunlight, which would allow for the fullest appreciation of the glasswork.