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6 March, 1916
It has been hot to day but thank goodness the wind has dropped so one can go about in comfort without having one's eyes filled up with sand. I heard Joe Woods say the other night to dig for him at the stone out side the tent if he could not be found in the morning. I did not go out on parade to day, was on forage fatigue instead & I had a very easy day of it After dinner I managed to wash out a couple of shirts & a towel, its hard to get any washing done in this place The chaps spend nearly every night playing bridge, they take up the whole tent & a chap cannot make his bed down or any thing Heard rumours that we would be going to France shortly, I think its all moonshine

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