Jeff Kosc and his wife, Becky, recently visited Mike Murphy at his home in McCarthy, Alaska. Jeff writes, “Mike, his wife Denise, his devastatingly handsome son, Rio Murphy, 5 months, and his two dogs welcomed us to their home (built by hand by Mike from the ground up) and entertained us with glacier hiking, aerial sightseeing (of the Wrangell Mountains and nearby glaciers), and the freshest salmon meals one could imagine (caught fresh by Mike from the nearby Copper River).” * Paul and Angela Tennett Butler remain in the Queen City (Bangor, of course) with their three kids, the oldest of whom began high school this fall. Paul returned to high school as well, having been named principal of Bangor High School. Paul says Mary, their oldest, is “quietly supportive… .” * Suzanne Furlong Kiggins lives in Brooklyn with her 2-year-old twins and works part time for same company she has been with for 12 years, a company that develops learning simulations for schools and companies. Suzanne reports that Bree Jeppson welcomed Lucas De Ferrari Bassett April 18 and tipped the scales at a whopping 10 pounds! Suzanne sees quite a bit of Doug Morrione, who is writing a collection of biographical short stories, as well as Dave Nicholson ’94 and his family, who live in Queens. * Anne Griffin hails from Sofia, Bulgaria, and has begun exporting handmade Bulgarian pottery to the States (www.bulgarianpotteryandgifts). From time to time she meets up with Sibel Akbay and Sandra Vines in Turkey or Bulgaria. * Greta Wood started a new job in June as assistant professor/instructional services librarian at Mississippi State University in Starkville. * Thanks to everyone who wrote in—keep those e-mails coming!