August 31st 1944


No sooner said, than I go down to the Corbett with one Reg Cooper for a drink and meet Elaine and Nancy Cork, proprietor of the Lamb Hotel. We then proceed to the “Elephant” and the “Star” and back to the “Lamb”. I make to go at about 12 after sitting in the bar with Elaine for some time, and she comes out to the wood shed, or byre, or whatever it’s called in which bicycles and garden tools are kept, and I score a home run, as our Canadian friends say. And so to home.

Today I do some instrument flying and find it improving. There is a 8/6 dance in the Corbett Arms and these two dames expect to see us there. Maybe, but I don’t want to see them.

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