Camp near Fletchers Chapel Va.
[…] They all seemed very glad to see me back, especially Bundy, who said he could not sleep with anyone but me. He tried a number while I was gone [on furlough]. I was very glad to find the box here. I suppose you have got Henry’s letter in regard to it before this. I like the contents very much. The boots, which you thought so clumsy, are just what I wanted, and they fit me very nicely. I expect they will last more than a year. And the slippers, which I expected to find perfect flat boats, from what you all said, are the admiration of all who have seen them. They are exactly the think to wear ’round camp. […]