Ken Ingram has headed south, way south, and lives in the mountains of Mexico in a location with near perfect weather and just enough fellow expats to afford Ken a spirited game of tennis when he’s inclined. Ken keeps up on current cognitive research and writes that he’s learned that daily naps and avoiding too much homework benefit the brain. But, he writes, he already knew that from his days at the DU house. * Nick Hadgis has enjoyed his first year of retirement. He meets regularly with retired peers and now has the time to focus on family, which includes two grandchildren and one due in August. * Also enjoying retirement is Felix Nadeau. He lives in Sarasota, Fla., and spends many happy hours fishing, cabinet making, and enjoying the rich arts offerings of the area. He has the benefit of frequently visiting with Rick Lund ’66, Roger Valliere, Ken Davis ’68, Bill Decas, Rick Masser ’69, and Ed Philips ’66. * Led Baxter and his wife have returned from a delightful river cruise from Brussels to Amsterdam with stops in Belgian and Dutch cities. They were thrilled by artwork by Bosch, Rembrandt, and Van Gogh. Led, though retired from full-time work, continues to be involved with two churches in Connecticut teaching adult education and courses on art history and literature. In addition he’s involved with a course on jazz at the University of Hartford. The retirement part of his retirement is time with his two granddaughters in the Boston area. * Mike Picher has been advised that he will be awarded the Order of Canada, the country’s highest civilian honor, for his sterling career as a labor arbitrator and mediator. * Joanna Snyder Richardson continues her career at Griffith University in Australia in the information technology area. She mentors colleagues in libraries in Pakistan and regularly publishes in professional journals. * Annette Sandrock loves her community on Martha’s Vineyard, where she writes poetry and delivers public readings and publishes in national journals. She was awarded an honorarium that allowed her to travel to Portugal and New Zealand. But no matter how far she travels, she returns to the Vineyard for early morning swims and body surfing.