Archie Twitchell and his wife are working on their bucket lists. The first list focuses on major cities—Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, New Orleans, Seattle, Portland, etc. They have yet to visit New York, Washington, and San Francisco. A new list includes national parks. They visited the Tetons, Yellowstone, and Glacier in September and enjoyed the scenery. The parks were crowded but they used the disabled sign for their car and got around easily. “Next is the Grand Canyon, which we’ll do in May, ‘God willing and the creek don’t rise,’ as they say here in Kentucky.” * Judy Brown Dickson has moved to Portland, Ore. “Life is different living near the city.” She has big travel plans: a snorkel trip to Belize in the fall, a journey around the world in the winter, then on to Norway and England in the spring. “And hopefully home here for a bit after that. It’s great being near grandchildren!” * One more item in the travel department. Burt Angrist, his wife, and daughter had a great trip to Alaska. “The scenery was breathtaking and we saw some wonderful wildlife. Any classmates with similar interests might want to put Alaska on their list.” * Marty Burger had a great sailing season, racing with his son and friends on Long Island Sound on his Pearson 31. He’ll purchase new sails for next season and hopes to do better than middle of the pack. He’s in contact with frat brothers Bob Saltz, Peter Doran, and Alsie Dean. “We’re all going to make our 60th reunion, even though the Tau Delt House, now known as Grossman Hall, is being expanded into a glass structure for a new career center.” * Kate Knight Hall sadly reports that her dear friend, Ann Wieland Spaeth, died in June. She was at Colby only for her freshman and sophomore years but remained involved with the College and came to our 50th reunion with her husband, Karl. “She was a beautiful athlete, and she and I helped get the women’s field hockey program started.” Kate lost her husband, Danny Dannenbaum, in 2015 and later moved to a smaller apartment in Philadelphia. “I love being in the city and walking everywhere—the movies, incredible restaurants, the Curtis Institute of Music, and concerts by the Philadelphia Orchestra.” She serves on committees for these musical organizations and supports other nonprofits that provide music education to low-income students and promote promising young musicians. In the summer Kate is at Danny’s house on Penobscot Bay, where she’s visited by family. * On March 31 Ron Moran will be inducted into Clemson University’s CAAH Hall of Fame and is “sort of overwhelmed by such a distinction.” He continues to write—his most recent book of poems, Eye of the World, was published by Clemson University Press in 2016. He still gives readings of his works, though he thinks lately, “Those are activities for ones younger than this ole dawg.” * As promised, a bit more news from Al Dean. The family held its annual reunion in West Dennis on Cape Cod in July and on Martha’s Vineyard the year before. “Each summer we look for a new location that has waterfront, five bedrooms minimum, and two king-sized beds. Not easy to find for 13 of us.” On another note, Al is back on the air every Wednesday afternoon (3-6) at WICN 90.5 in Worcester, now in his 17th year there. “We’re the last station in the Northeast to broadcast 20 hours of jazz, big band, and swing every day. We stream all over the world so perhaps you could tune in.” * As always, best wishes to all. Keep the next reunion in mind, and let’s hear from some new correspondents!