|Not a photo depicting action from this weeks returns but a favourite nevertheless.|
The week two returns were a joy to put together. As mentioned in the previous posts, the fact that the players who were in the campaign took to the colour and atmosphere of a Victorian Colonial campaign with gusto absolutely made it a breeze.
|The first page of Bullers returns from the Umpire, namely me!|
|Page two...always nice to have a bit of poetic license.|
|General Stewart appears to have a few things on his mind...|
|...as well as some challenges.|
|Scope for a bit of colour is the aim on these returns.|
|Despite the occasional grammatical error and question marks being omitted I like to |
think it still reads well all these years later.
|Not all correspondence is one way. Major General Davis sends off a missive to his|
Commander in Chief to make sure he knows whats' going on...
|...and to ensure that vital supplies are not lost ion transit.|
|Gin may not be the first thing on his mind though.|
|Nothing like the battle being taken up to the boys in khaki.|
|Short and to the point methinks!|