Monday, May 11, 1942

JD says they've been under complete black outs and he's having to write next to a small lantern. He was happy to receive their letters; air mail stamps don't seem to affect how quickly he receives the letters. He's glad that the family finally got his letters that he wrote while on the boat to Australia; JD comments that lots of boys got sea sick, but that he only got a little nauseous once. He wishes he could tell more about what he does, but he's not allowed. JD mentions a ship log that was made on the voyage to Australia, and he means to send mail it home so that everybody can read about what all happened.







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