Judy Jenkins Totman reports from Kittery Point, Maine, that they experienced only minor inconveniences from Hurricane Sandy; having a generator helped. Bill and Penny Thresher Edson, who were visiting, left a day early and were able to get a flight back to California before the East Coast shut down. * Vic Scalise will spend a week in January with his son, Doug ’86, at a baseball fantasy camp in Florida. Vic looks forward to the Colby bicentennial event in Seattle March 6 and the chance to meet Colby grads in the area. * Peter Fishbin, because of his generator, was not terribly inconvenienced for the three days he was without power. * I had a chance to visit with Jane Millet Dornish ’55 at a Colby-Trinity volleyball match at Colby. Jane and husband Karl Dornish, along with Dave and Betsy Powley Wallingford, Mark and Larry Walker Powley, Bob Fraser, and Al Joseph attended the Bowdoin football game. * I have to apologize to Helen Cross Stabler, who was included in my last column as a participant in a lobster bake in Maine. I suspect that it was Helen Chambers Cross ’55 who enjoyed the lobster. * Although this column will reach you in the new year, I do hope that 2013 will be good to all of you.