How quickly the time passes—2014 already! Roy and Betsy Fisher Kearney Caldwell spent a month at Harbour Island, off Eleuthera in the Bahamas. Aren’t they lucky? They visited their grandchildren (his and hers and their ‘meaningful others’) in NYC. They also had a nice trip to Seattle. * Anne Plowman Stevens would love to see Colby’s art museum addition and hopes to get to Maine in the summer. “We are having a winter here in eastern PA like a winter at Colby. I still remember trudging across the campus with my heavy coat on!” * Nancy Mac Donald Cultrera says, “I remember storms at Colby, especially one that closed the road to Waterville so professors couldn’t get up and we had no classes for days. My son, Bruce, started Seacoast Helicopters at Pease International Airport in Newington, N.H., last fall. There was no helicopter service in this area, so business is going well.” * About a year ago Rod Howes gave his car to one of his sons because he thought he didn’t need to drive. Last fall he bought two new cars; the first was hard to get in and out of, so he traded it for one with a higher profile—easy in and out. “Watch out … Here I come.” * Ellen Lewis Huff played violin in the orchestra at Colby and is still playing in a college orchestra—the University of Maine’s. She has graduated to the viola. “I greatly enjoy playing with this group, plus I get together with several others to play string quartets. I also tutor two Chinese ladies in English. I feel particularly drawn to that nationality because we spent more than a year teaching English in China several years ago—in fact, we celebrated our 50th anniversary there. I’m looking forward to our 60th anniversary next June, and after that we plan to move out of our home in rural Maine into a smaller house in Old Town, which will be easier to care for (no wood to harvest for winter heat, and an easy walk to the grocery store and church).” * Herb Nagle and his wife, Judy, celebrated their 56th anniversary and the wedding of their second granddaughter by having the entire family over for a Thanksgiving feast. Included was their new great-grandson. Herb met his former roommate Bob Peck ’51 for lunch, and they reminisced about Colby days at the downtown campus and on Mayflower Hill. * In September Sheila and Don Hailer, George Lebherz, and Judy and Herb Nagle had a lovely time at Carl and Muffie Morgan Leaf’s 60th anniversary at the Coonamessett Inn in Falmouth, Mass. Don says, “I guess we are slowing down from the ‘active years.’ I’m in touch with Ken Castonguay ‘53 in California.” * Dave Crocket’s life at Kirkland Village goes on. He has given several chemistry-around-the-house talks and also serves as the “movie czar.” * Now a bit from yours truly: In October my dear friend Carolyn English Caci ’53 and I went on a short tour from Cape Cod to Quebec City. What a fascinating place, and how good it was to have plenty of time to catch up! * That does it. If any of you sent news that isn’t included here, my apologies—my e-mail tanked in January while I was collecting news. Please send it again for next time.