The cookies arrived today and the top layer is in good shape. I was glad and a little supprised to hear from Harry. He certainly must not have anything to do or he wouldn’t have written so soon.
The wood-shop business is booming. Every man in camp except those on overhead and drafting will be going to a tree-planting camp in about three weeks and there are going to be some boxes made between now and then to pack clothes in. After they are gone I’ll get something done, there won’t be more that 25 or 30 here. There will be new men coming in tho.