Not much news this quarter. Were our East Coast classmates too busy digging out from storms to write in? * I did hear from Nancy Brunnckow Marion, who now lives in Florida. She definitely was not digging out! Nancy has transferred her skating competitiveness to golf. She has a six handicap and enjoys playing in senior tournaments. She and her husband, Michael, must enjoy their grandchild by video/Skype since both their children live in Colorado. They recently met Susie Gearhart Wuest ’75 and her husband for lunch in Naples and enjoyed reconnecting. She has also found time to do some painting, and her husband joins her in that endeavor. Now they have closets full of artwork and ask if maybe Colby will give them a show? She ends by saying, “I imagine you are snowed in. I can’t say I miss that!” * Michelle and Bill Tracy had a busy fall as they guest curated an Arctic-doll exhibition called Inuujaq: Dolls of the Canadian Arctic at the Royal Alberta Museum in Edmonton. The day after the opening, they left for a four-week trip to India, followed by a three-week trip to China. Bill offered two pieces of advice: “When you leave the city, India is not an English-speaking country, despite claims to the contrary, and northern China is cold in the winter.” This resulted in their water bottles freezing in the Forbidden City—as did their camera, so no pictures. * Our condolences to the family of Jan Brownstein, who passed away Feb. 19 following a stroke while vacationing in Jamaica. Jan was a mineral collector and gemologist who lived in Bethel, Maine. * I hope this finds the Class of 1972 doing well, and I look forward to hearing from more of you for the next Colby magazine.