February 11, 1917
Witley, Feb. 11, 1917
From #802301 Pt. O.J. McNaughton.
A Coy 125th Bn. C.E.F.
Army P.O. London
Just a few lines a to-night
Nettie as I really haven't time to do
any more. This morning I was at Mytchett
Ranges, but had dinner here at Witley.
We had a nice fourteen mile route
march this forenoon.
[written sideways in margin]
P.S. The very cold spell broke yesterday.
I think England will be much relieved.
I guess you folks are having a
good old fashioned
winter. [end of p.s.]
I have certainly been busy during
the last week, as also the week before
when we were Camp & Brigade duty
battalion. Wednesday morning we left
bright & early for Mytshett, about 130 Lewis
machine gunners from this battalion, also
a small party of Lewis gunners from the
134th Kilties, While there I hadn't
time to go to Aldershott.
Like the majority I made a poor score
but the weather was very bad for shooting
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