Feature Letter of February 25th, 2018
Brown, Jack Malcolm
I thought your word picture fine this time. It was so vivid, that I could just close my eyes and imagine I was right there and see it for myself. At present here there is a cold march wind blowing with occasional showers of rain. At present I am sitting on the floor letting my feet hang down, with the pad on my knee. I am in a hut with a halfcircle roof which holds 24 men. The most of us are in at present some writing letters, some sewing, others reading and in the opposite corner from where I am there is a card game in progress, and by the noise they are making it must be a very interesting game. We have a small stove in the centre of the room, in which some are stoking it with branches of trees.