alright but I haven't just run
across him. He and I have some
great talks when we do get together.
It certainly is nice to see some of
the old boys once in a while.
Did you get my letter of the othe
day with all those wants in it?
I ought to be pretty welle supplied when
all that stuff gets here. I suppose
we will soon have to prepare for
winter, now though.
There isn't much news I can tell
you except that I am well and
gettingl along fine and looking for-
ward to the day when this is all
over and we are back home ever
more. Give my love to all the people
and lots ot yourself and Etta,
Your very loving Son,