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the measles just at present & perhaps this accounts for her apparent love sickness. However I am afraid I will never see her again, worse luck (for her).

As there is very little excitement to be got here in camp I have been spending my Saturday & Sunday afternoons by taking long walks into the surrounding country. Alan is not too fond of walking & so he has not come with me of late on these excursions. The country & villages around here are just as Wordsworth pictured the English rural scenery & I think I will can now better understand & appreciate his feelings in this respect than ever I did before.

And so in the best of spirits & with tons of love for you both & for all at home.

I am as of yore
Your affec. Son in khaki
Duncan xxxxxx

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