We’re still hearing from classmates thanking us and Colby for a great reunion. We thank you for having made it such a wonderful experience. * In addition to visiting with grandchildren, Al Carville enjoyed his annual week’s sail along the Maine coast from Boothbay Harbor to Frenchboro with Rod Pierce. They had a couple of beautiful days but mostly rain and fog, which improved their navigation and cribbage skills. Al served as emcee at his mother-in-law’s 68th high school reunion. He enjoyed it, but he isn’t going on the reunion circuit. * Bill ’62 and Barb Haines Chase spent two weeks in a cottage in Friendship, Maine. They’ll have news for the next issue after their hike with the Sierra Club in Tuscany in September. We look forward to hearing all about it. * Sue (Sawyer) ’64 and Brian McAlary spent a wonderful week in the Galapagos with family. “A biology major’s paradise”—finches, marine iguanas who sneeze out the salt from the water, sea lions, and even penguins! They’re currently planning their retirement home in Virginia. * While enjoying adventures with family and friends in Maine, Connie Miller Manter has been “collaborating with the Goethe Institute, Washington, D.C., Transatlantic Outreach Program for K-University Educators.” Recently, Connie and I had a lovely lunch in Yarmouth. She’s looking forward to reconnecting with many of us in various places! * An automatic reply from Dan Politica’s e-mail was a thank you for supporting the United Way. I guess we can assume Dan’s busy doing good work for the United Way! * David Hunt’s interest in the lakes and rivers of Aroostook County took him to Portage Lake, a pristine, remote, beautiful area. He spent hours going against the current on the Fish River and saw six moose in three sightings—five cow moose and a bull with a large rack as well as otters frolicking in a quiet part of the river. “A wonderful break!” * This summer Ed Buyniski completed a 440-mile pilgrimage across northern Spain, el Camino de Santiago de Compostela. He says the five-week walk “does wonders for one’s mental and physical health.” * Herb Gottfried and wife Jan Jennings moved from Ithaca, N.Y., to Tulsa, Okla., for retirement. In 2012 Herb published Landscape in American Guides and View Books: Visual History of Touring and Travel. * After three weeks at her beach house with family and friends, Jeannette Fannin Regetz planned to go to Asheville in September and do her first Road Scholar trip in October to Sedona. * Marsha Palmer Reynolds revisited the Colby Museum of Art. “What a fabulous experience … lots of visitors … everyone just raved and raved. We have to return again, as it’s difficult to see everything in one visit. I encourage everyone to see this terrific museum.” * Chris and Midge Walton Holmes celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. * Nancy (Judd) ’61 and Peter Coughlan celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at the Homestead Resort in Hot Springs, Va. Their three sons and their families enjoyed the myriad activities, including falconry, horseback riding, golf, and spa treatments. * Both avid sailors, Steve Eittreim and wife Carole have been following the AC competition on SF Bay. He invites anyone in the area to give them a call. * Whit Bond and wife Faith spent two weeks in Scotland playing golf, including at Muirfield just two weeks before the British Open. * Apologies to Rosemary Blankenship Hubbard and to Anita Nourse Largent for errors in the summer column. Please substitute Rosemary’s name for Anita’s.