My wife, Elizabeth (Stiller ’81), and I began our early fall vacation by visiting Jon Bees in Boothbay Harbor. We spent the afternoon with Jon and his dog, Elsa, on his boat and then relaxed over dinner at his summer house that looks out at Burnt Island Light—all the while keeping one eye on the Red Sox game. In the course of conversation, we discovered that Jon and Elizabeth are very distantly related to a common ancestor also shared with Gardner Colby. We’re still figuring out the exact relationship, but the common ancestor is from somewhere in the late 1600s. * Glen Coral, despite hitting 60, doesn’t seem to be slowing down. He still plays basketball a few days a week, thinking he can keep up with the 30 and 40-somethings. Glen and his wife keep busy with their children and travel. They helped their son Jon and his wife, Taylor, move into their “new” old farmhouse. They traveled out to Southern California to do some hiking in Joshua Tree National Park and enjoyed beautiful desert sunsets with their daughter, Stacey. They followed that up with a stop at Indiana University, where their son Jason recently started a genomic research post-doc and also recently announced his engagement to longtime girlfriend, Gina. * Linda Alter Capell’s goal for the past year was to travel, and she seems to have achieved that. She spent two weeks in Montana and Banff in August, a week at her cabin in July when she turned 60, a long weekend in Boulder, a week in Florida at Thanksgiving, and a week in Isla Mujeres, Mexico, for the post Christmas and New Year’s week. Linda has two kids who are nine, so she won’t be retiring from real estate until she’s at least 70. She came close to a visit with Leah Maher ’82 when she was in Isla Mujeres. Linda has also recently exchanged emails with basketball teammates who send various photos and newspaper articles of the team. Forty years later and all those memories make for some unique connections. Meanwhile, Linda is planning her travel for 2019, so we may have a chance of seeing her some place. * Liz (Pizzurro ’81) and Dan Ossoff look forward to the wedding of son Ben ’10 this summer to Robyn St. Laurent ’12. Son Will has followed in Dan’s footsteps, having started at Harvard Law School last fall.