As I write from Lincoln, Mass., the snow is coming down hard, just like at Colby. Remember the snow on the library steps and the skiers on their way to class coming down the chapel hill? * Sid Farr is in Waterville and says all is going well. Sid has a great-great grandchild—he’s thrilled! Does anyone else have great-great grands? Do you get to babysit? * We heard from James Smith, who is still active in antiques and art in Brocante Galene in St. Jean de Luz, France. He’d like to hear news from others in this column. * Carol Smith Brown was in Belgrade Lakes, Maine, last fall visiting her sister and her brother-in-law, Dick Tripp. Carol found the Maine autumn quite enjoyable. * Edward and Kay Hartwell Philipps moved to Kennett Square, Pa., three years ago. They live at Crosslands, a Kendal CCRC near Longwood Gardens, Winterthur, and the Brandywine River Museum—all great tourist spots. Edward walks the many trails, and Kay utilizes the pool and plays water volleyball. Kay enjoys reading our columns and would also be pleased to have classmates visit.