I wrote Father that our Company had been in charge of a Evacuation Hospital here. I was an orderly in one the wards, but they took me out yesterday, and I was right glad of it but since I have been over here I believe I can get use to most anything, for I have certainly stood things that I never thought I could. I like this place better than any I have been in yet. It is a town look to be about ten thousand. I would give most anything if I just could talk French for its so hard for me to make these people understand. I haven't seen camp since I have been here, his company came with us, but left the next day. He is not so very far from here. John Cox is getting on alright. Wish I could hear from Abe, wrote him again yesterday.