Peter Roy: “Drove most of the way across the country this summer with Bill Ingham ’66 in the 1966 Mustang he bought new and has been coddling for the last 46 years. Passed up (?) a chance to head to South America with Ted Allison for three months of motorcycling through what appears to me to be fairly serious bandito country. Given that neither of us speaks Spanish, maybe I’ll just stick around and freeze at Sugarloaf with a big batch of old(er) Colbyites. P.S. I did survive sailing in the Mediterranean with Ted, which suggests I might have lived … but, who knows.” * Ted Allison: “Greetings from Santa Cruz, Bolivia. I’m here with my BMW F650 GS Dakar motorcycle for 2.5 months, riding through Bolivia, Chile, and Argentina. Excited to see the Andes! Carolyn, my bride of 42 years, will be with me for a month.” * Joe Boulos: “I’m now entering my 20th year as a Colby trustee. Tremendous amount of progress. Our class is well represented. Bill Goldfarb has been on the board longer than I and has been instrumental in so many ways, including the Goldfarb Center. Join me at my house for a reception the Thursday night of the reunion, June 6. A reminder to the former DKE’s that Sheri and I will have ‘soft’ drinks for you!” * Mary Jo Calabrese Baur, Steve Campbell, and her two daughters and son-in-law spent a week in Prague and Vienna in October. * Arthur Brennan: “As an active-retired judge I worked almost six months last year—more than I wanted. Looking forward to a long cruise in a warm place this winter and to reunion this spring.” * John Morgan: “My town was evacuated for eight days as a result of Colorado’s most deadly wildfire last June. Because of a wind shift and the heroic work of a thousand firefighters, we escaped destruction. I packed up a few valuables and spent the time camping and fly-fishing near Aspen. In November I attended a Colby function in Denver and saw John Leopold and Nancy De Angelis Morgan, as well as Jay Fell ’66. I came away from Bro Adams’s presentation feeling very proud of Colby and wondering how in the world I ever got accepted there.” * Bruce McDonald: “Since retiring, I’m able to spend more time sailing. We took first place at J/fest in the J/70 class in Houston. I’m putting together a crew for Key West Race Week in January.” * Bernie Finkle Davidson: “I’ve been living in the Cleveland, Ohio, area, in the witness protection program, since my radical days in Berkeley, Calif. With the aid of plastic surgery and healthy living, I look years younger. Unfortunately I had to change my name to Davidson. With Obama’s reelection I feel safe to surface, just in time for our 45th class reunion. I’m excited to report that 14 (so far) Tau Delts ‘Class of ’68’ plan to attend reunion. We’re also inviting Tau Delts, especially classes 1965-1970, to meet us on the Maine coast prior to our reunion for the best party and Tau Delt reunion since the beach party of 1965.” E-mail Bernie at email@example.com. * Susan Davidson Lombard: “In October, the second floor Sturtevant friends had an early reunion at Judy Dionne Scoville’s vacation home in Center Ossipee, N.H. Present were Judy, Nancy Schweitzer O’Malley, Jolan Force Ippolito, Margie Reed McLaughlin, Marty Holmes Nickerson, Max Allison Anderson, Dianne Radune Poland, Betty Savicki Carvellas and me. Missing was Jane Brown Kriege, who lives in Arizona. We had a great time—all those years just melted away. See you in June. * Jay Sandak: “As our sons (Dave ’03, Steve ’07, and Tom, Notre Dame ’04) have moved on, Mary and I have flunked empty nesting. We have found ourselves working longer, rather than shorter, hours. I continue in the private practice of law in Stamford, Conn., while Mary serves as a state court trial judge. We enjoy our time in Vermont, where we have been weekending for more than 28 years. We’ve been fortunate to travel and to help in places ravaged by earthquake and cholera, including Haiti. Looking forward to reconnecting at reunion.” * Thom Rippon: “The Class of 1968 arrived on campus in 1964 to find the College starting a serious indoor/outdoor track program, led by Coach Ken Weinbel. Colby won the Maine State Championship in 1968. Mr. Weinbel, a highly respected mentor to many, died in July 2012.” * Steve Ford: “Only one in five reunion classes is fortunate enough to be part of the 200th Colby anniversary observance.” We should all try to attend our 45th and Colby’s 200th.