13 March 1915

Rain is still falling all across Flanders.

In Verdun the sky is overcast and dry, but all the snow has semi-melted into a soft, squishy mud several inches thick.

At Pontfaverger the mechanics are setting up the equipment they've managed to scavenge a set of parallel bars and three springboards for exersize. The camp doctor has spent his own money to purchase a cinema projector, and the men at the trenches are given time off in shifts to join the aircrews and mechanics for the ocassional film.

14 March 1915

The weather is no better today than it ever seems to be.

15 March 1915

The weather continues to be bad.

16 March 1915

Yet another day of bad weather.

Some people are born stupid. I've had to work hard my whole life to get this way. I'm proud of the job I've done