(( And this is the part where it becomes obvious that I’m using loopholes because there’s only so much looking things up on the web can do and I’ve also never been to London or a WW1 airbase
Melvin thought for a moment before taking a notebook and pencil out of the bag on his bag. He ripped out a sheet of paper, scribbling the address on it before handing it to Owl. “Here you are,” he said. “So you don’t forget.”
“They know I’m coming,” Melvin said, suddenly looking sheepish. “But I’ll have to let them know that you all will be, too.”
“I’m more worried that we have an idiot as our guide,” Tabitha said to Ronah under her breath.
Melvin gave Shepherd a small, grateful smile. “That’s another thing I’ve been told before,” he said. “People say my memory is shoddy in addition to my ability to keep secrets.”