Greg Andrews has been living in Rangeley, Maine, since winter 2009-10. He and his wife, Elyse, own and operate four online stores and have a small retail store in Rangeley (“SnowSource—Where Snow Lovers Shop”). They handle all packing and shipping for the online stores (95 percent of the total business) out of the back of their shop. Greg and Elyse have two grown daughters, Stephanie and Briana, and seven grandchildren—all age eight and younger. * Sarah Vose Mackenzie and husband Cal are both Fulbright scholars in Vietnam for the spring semester. Sarah is at Vietnam National University giving lectures and support to the teacher preparation faculty and master’s and doctoral students. Cal is at the Institute for American Studies at the Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences. Sally says they enjoy their lives in Hanoi and recently visited Angkor Wat in Cambodia. They plan to visit Laos and Myanmar as well as other parts of Vietnam before returning to the states. They report that Vietnam is a booming, optimistic, and energetic place. * Martha Belden Kleinerman recently returned from her first-ever trip to Hawaii. She was visiting her youngest son, the third mate on a cruise ship that travels weekly to four of the islands. He has been working on the same ship for a few years, so he knows all the best places to explore around the various ports. It was a great trip! Martha reports she is a proud grandmother for the third time, and the best part is that her daughter lives close by so she sees this grandchild quite often. Other news from Martha is that Mark Zaccaria, a fellow Rhode Islander, was named state chairman of the GOP last winter. Congratulations Mark! * Mike Self writes, “Went from no grandbabies to having one back in October to finding out my daughter is expecting twins in August… wow… we might have a hockey team eventually if they keep going.” * Barrett Hurwitz and his wife visited the American Indian Museum in Washington, D.C., during his wife’s school vacation. * Bill Aldrich has done extensive bicycling since graduating, including biking across Iowa in 2008, across N.Y. in 2010, and to Colby reunions in 2005 and 2010. He says somehow bike riding affords him more time to view the surroundings and to talk with complete strangers, such as people behind the counters at coffee shops and a young couple starting a farm near Bowdoinham. Bill has a request he would like passed on: Would the reunion committees consider publicizing the option of riding from Portland (or from Brunswick after Amtrak extends its service there in 2012) to Colby? He doesn’t want to volunteer as a leader, but would be happy to help organize it. Since no one joined him before, he missed sharing that common experience. * As for us, Bob and I are enjoying some much-needed down time now that we have 24/7 in-home care for his 92-year-old mother, who is still living in her condo. In January we flew to St. Lucia to join friends on their 46-foot sailboat. They have been living aboard and cruising between New England and the Caribbean for seven years. We had a marvelous time exploring the harbors in St. Lucia—Rodney Bay, Marigot, and the Pitons. What a spectacularly beautiful island! Our next boating adventure will be aboard a 55-foot Fleming powerboat with other friends, cruising south down the Intercoastal Waterway from Annapolis for several weeks. Hope everyone has a wonderful spring and early summer.