Up at 7.30. Usual morning. Went to Alnmouth1 in the afternoon with Black. Had tea with Black in the town. Came back to camp at night.
Alnmouth is a village located at the mouth of the River Aln, the same river as flows past the site of the Pastures army camp in Alnwick. It is about 5 miles to the south-east of Alnwick.
The village had been an important trading port, mainly involved in the export of grain, but by the time of the diaries that trade had long ceased.