A cold but lovely morning.
Bells are ringing out the Churches for prayers for the dead soldiers of the Allies.
Smoke helmets are called in. Why? Very cold at night.
Two parcels came, one from Starkey and other from Draycot of Derby.
*Smoke Helmet – An early British gas mask used during WWI to protect against German gas attacks. They were very simply designed consisting of flannel bags soaked in glycerin and sodium thiosulphate with a small rectangular window for visibility.