Our globetrotting-est classmate, Judy Brown Dickson, recently returned from her adventures on a safari in Tanzania, on the island of Zanzibar, and on a Road Scholar trip in Egypt. “A most amazing trip on all accounts! I did post photos on my Facebook account … and I’m debating whether to close it out. Guess it’s really my best way to share my travels.” Judy expects to be in Paris on our reunion dates. * And perhaps our longest-working member, Marty Burger, is now with Marsh & McLennan Agency as a risk management consultant. In 2009 MMA purchased a company that he had merged his agency with in 1994. “My wife still doesn’t want me home for lunch. I do not plan to retire. See you at the 60th reunion.” * Ginny Angney Bushee, who sold her summer home in Vermont near the Quebec border and now has an apartment near Burlington, had an enjoyable winter cruise through the Panama Canal. She and I may team up to drive to our 60th in June. * Other travelers Kay (German ’59) and Al Dean drove to Mobile, Ala., this year and rented a house on the Dog River. They took several side trips to Dauphine Island and Biloxi, Miss., eating at many great restaurants with fresh seafood. On a boat trip on the Everglades, they learned about the importance of the gulf to the local inhabitants. “Mobile, the 15th- largest seaport in the U.S., first developed container shipping and also claims to have founded Mardi Gras as part of Louisiana in 1703, before New Orleans.” * Gail and Bob Hesse were looking forward to reunion. They see some alumni and their spouses fairly regularly: Kay and Warren Judd, Mary and Gard Rand ’59, Joyce and Ed Rushton, Bob and Cathy Stinneford Walther, and Joan Shaw Whitaker. They occasionally hear from Matty Gache ’60 and Marge and Richard Keddy. “Perhaps we’re all missing some of the old vitality, but we all share fond memories of Mayflower Hill and surroundings, and look forward to reunion.” * Since you won’t read this column until after our 60th, I’ll send an update later on the activities. Class agent Leigh Bangs has written about the increasing challenges of travel to the Hill, especially for those who live far away—Indiana, for him. So this may be our last big hurrah!