June 9th, 1915.
Just a note tonight and a letter at first opportunity. Since my last letter we have come "elsewhere" and I have been more busy as Ell has been under the heat which is fierce. He is O.K. now, and was only "headachy" for a couple of days. I have a fine billet here and sleep in a bed (B E D) when I am here, which has been seldom so far. I am feeling fine and the battery, men and horses, are in good shape. Well I must get up to take out the exercise ride early in the morning so good night. My next will be a regular magazine, but I'm too sleepy tonight.