[letterhead of: “Kriegsgefangenenlager II (Rennbahn) Munster (Westfalen)”]
This is the second Sunday in the month and as usual I am writing a letter. It is difficult to find anything to write The only time I can write a letter here is after I have received a few
I suppose the boat will soon be on the Lake again I know how glad we always were when the boat started
You said in your last letter Charlie Smith had started driving driving the girls around “Good for Charlie” I always thought Charlie and Ellis were real women haters but time has proved different It has been so long since I have spoken to a girl let alone keep their company I shall be frightened of them when I go back.
I have never seen anything of Clarence Wasson I did not know he was a prisoner until Emma wrote to me. Harry has taken to lumbering again Emma said in her letter he does not seem to be contented doing nothing
I am getting to be quite an efficient cook now. I wish you could [test?] some of the dishes we make from our parcels but I shall give you the recipe when I return.
I was very much surprised at the excellent writing of Harry Farris. He is a fine writer for a boy I am very hard up for news, if, I had just received a number of letters I could have thought of more I hope to hear from you very soon
Lots of love to all