September 29, 1943 – Wednesday

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Jerome Alexander

Jerome Alexander

Rain it did to, all night long and how it did flow. Trees were blew down all around us. My tent pegs puled out and my tent came down. I pulled it up by hand till it stopped raining and then went out to fix it. The truck wouldn’t start this morning and not only that all of the by passes have been washed out. Maybe we will move this afternoon. We played cards until time to go. We fried some potatoes and cooked up a few “U” ration I took off. The roads are very crowded and traveling is slow. We left about 10:30. 10 miles in 11 hours. Pretty good. The roads were just jammed.

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