Happy summer, Class of ’62! Hank Phillips writes, “During the enjoyable reunion last June, Rich Nobman and I made plans to ski at Durango Mountain Resort (previously known as Purgatory).” Rich complained about the snow conditions, but Hank, an East Coast skier (Blue Mountain, Pa.), thought 11 inches of powder was “fantastic.” Hank and his wife looked forward to a visit from Rich and Anne Marie this July at the Phillipses’ camp on Lake Winnipesaukee. * Bob Reinstein relates that he is still doing international consulting and in the past few months has spent time in Europe, Japan, Ecuador, and the Washington, D.C., area. He frequently sees his three grandchildren as well as his six great-grandchildren, whose great-grandmother, Franny Maher Reinstein ’61, now lives in Woolwich, Maine, with their older son, a teacher in Wiscasset. * Saying in touch with tongue firmly in cheek, Graham Barkham writes, “I wish I had something interesting to say, but I don’t. Ain’t the internet grand?” * Global Brenda Wrobleski Gottschalk offers intriguing descriptions of her travels to Chile, Easter Island (where she sang hymns in Rapa Nui with the locals at Sunday Mass), and Patagonia, as well as the wine country near Santiago. A first grandchild, the development of a series of mountain holiday retreats in Colorado, and the remodeling of her 120-year-old Victorian cottage kitchen keep her busy. * Jean Gaffney Furuyama writes, “Life is busy but good.” She still works three days a week, which gives her time to play golf and tennis. She and her husband, Toshi, went on a three-week golf vacation to Kona, Hawaii, in February, and Jean and her son visited her sister, who lives in France. Yes, life is good, Jean. * Mary “Muff” Symonds Leavitt plans a trip with friends to Germany, Austria, and the Czech Republic, while husband Boyd visits their son in Memphis and tours the Bourbon Trail in Kentucky. She won tickets for Antiques Roadshow, which took place in Boise June 29 (some of us are REALLY jealous, Muff). This spring she had lunch with Olive Pingree Ingraham, who was visiting her sons and her sister, who all live in the area. Muff extends an invitation for any of us who might “come this way” to visit her in Eagle, Idaho. * Doug and Gail Macomber Cheeseman led a trip to the Azores in June, right at the peak of sperm whale watching. They visited Pico and neighboring islands and snorkeled with the dolphins. In August they’ll lead their 10th trip to Brazil—the northern and southern Pantanal, a famous wetland where “we can actually count on encountering jaguar in the wild!” Then, two trips to Tanzania and Kenya (in July and August), the latter being their 70th safari since starting to lead them in 1978. With the good health Gail and Doug enjoy, they hope to lead many more! * Susan Welch Bishop said, “We have not been able to arrange a trip to Colby for years,” but then came the need to take their grandson to Maine to visit a college that was recruiting him for lacrosse, and, “of course,” they stopped at Colby for a tour, talks with students, and what sounds like a sentimental journey from “one end of the campus to the other.” Their assessment: “What an amazing, impressive institution.” Jim made a trip to Wisconsin in April to attend grandson Henry’s Grandparents Day. Henry has twin brothers who helped wear grandpa out, but he loved it. Jim and Susan’s house in on the market and they plan to move to a condo in the area, close to their golf course! * Michael (McCabe) and I (Nancy Keating McKenzie), snowbirds in reverse, have finally made the decision to make Maine our permanent home and completed a move to our house in Harpswell in June. Leaving family behind was difficult, but as they say, airplanes fly both ways. In fact, my daughter, son-in-law, two grandboys, and the dog came to visit this summer. We have plans to spend time at the height of the winter in a more southern climate, specifically Beaufort, S.C., a wonderful little coastal village. * Thank you, correspondents old and new, for your news. Please keep it coming!