I heard from Swift Tarbell, who is sorry to have been so distant these past years. He has been traveling overseas for his work and educating his large blended family. He remarried in the late 90s and his Brazilian wife, Stella, and her daughter and two sons moved to America. They have successfully graduated six college students in the past two years, four of those in the last few months. “Unfortunately, I failed to add any of them to the Colby alumni pantheon. My two Maine daughters insisted on attending colleges farther south, and my Brazilian trio balked at going farther north. As for myself, I’m either ready to moonlight as a college admissions counselor or return to school for a degree in family planning. I miss everyone in our class and promise to be more sociable from now on.” * Last February Bruce Dumart participated in the annual Lake Winnipesaukee pond hockey tournament. For the second winter in a row, he ran into fellow Colby teammates Todd Smith ’70, Jim Patch ’70, and Bob Ewell ’71, all playing on another team. He still plays men’s hockey once a week, and as a special treat he plays with his sons Clark, 21, and Caleb, 36, on his summer team. * Henry ’73 and Dee Fitz-Gerald Sockbeson traveled to Tortola in the British Virgin Islands with their son, his girlfriend, and another couple last spring. They chartered a 38-foot catamaran, and Henry captained it. They had great weather and saw lots of fish and coral. This summer Dee is getting together with her old roommate Roz Teto Johnson, who lives in California, on Cape Cod. Henry is still chief judge for the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, and Dee keeps busy with fundraising for her local library. * Those are all the classmates I heard from for this column. Please write more when you have time.