Here’s the Class of 1985 update. Rob Hazard and his wife, who reside in Rhode Island, took some day trips to Newport and Block Island over the summer. Rob works with Tracy Don MacDonald ’82 at his company, Universal Wilde, in Westwood, Mass. Rob stays in touch with Andy and Barb Wilkes Sheehan via text and Facebook. * Andrew Myers recently attended a BUILD Greater Boston charity event, where he saw Roy Hirshland. Roy is chair of the board of BUILD Greater Boston, which uses entrepreneurship and experiential learning to ignite the potential of youth in under-resourced communities and equip them for high school, college, and career success. Sarah Rogers McMillan ’84 also serves on the board. Roy would love to hear from alumni interested in learning about BUILD and volunteer opportunities. You can reach him at email@example.com. * Two of our more adventurous classmates include Sean Padgett and Tom Claytor. Sean had an incredible fall celebrating the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service by traveling 8,000 miles to see 22 National Parks and monuments, which he describes as “truly awesome!” His wife, Ann-Meg White, will join him for the next leg of the journey. Sean did the trip in a RV-10 single-engine plane. (Think of it as a flying Volkswagen Golf, he says.) Sounds like a spectacular trip, Sean! Meanwhile, Tom Claytor continues to experience all kinds of Indiana Jones-caliber global adventures. He recently finished taking a C47 aircraft from Australia to China. The plane was 72 years old, and they followed the same route “over the hump” that was flown in World War II when more than 600 of these planes were lost in the Himalayas. The plane will go in a museum in Guilin, China, to honor those pilots who flew these missions to supply the Flying Tigers in China. They survived two engine failures during the trip. Read more at flyingthehump.com. * Lynn Brunelle and her husband, Keith Uyekawa, are having a great time in the Pacific Northwest. They both compete on the local masters swim team while their boys are busy with crew, soccer, and hip-hop dance. Lynn’s latest book, Big Science for Little People, was launched in October and she has a new book about bees coming out in 2018. She writes for National Geographic Kids and just finished a curriculum of mindfulness for underserved elementary school kids. * Andrew Castle, who hasn’t been heard from since graduation, enjoyed two nice summer breaks traveling in the south of France (without kids!) and in the eastern townships of Canada (with the family). * Peter Marchesi reports that the summer was extremely kind to Maine, with lots of sun and little rain. The fall foliage was similarly spectacular. Peter and his wife, Linda, are in the homestretch of child rearing; the last of six will graduate from high school in May. Peter looks forward to more scuba trips to the islands. * Carol Eisenberg and Meghan Casey enjoyed a visit this summer from Mary Alice Weller Mayan and her family on Peaks Island in Casco Bay. * Thanks to class members who wrote in!