Sunday, February 18, 2007

Tuesday 18th July 1933

Morning. We hired a boat on Brayford and had an hours rowing. Saw the three Westgate boats; good, but they need a coat of paint.

Westgate in the evening. Akel was checked by a patrol leader, lost his temper and nearly went home, leaving me to dismiss everybody and lock up. I did not blame him, tired and depressed as he was. All ended happily. Arrangements for Sudbrooke Standing Camp, which I shall run until the middle of August. Responsibility; it should do me good.

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