David Weber and his wife relish the cooling breezes from the Pacific at their home in Newport Beach, Calif. To be near their children, they moved there in 2011 after David retired from Stanford University. It’s a life of reading, writing, volunteering, hiking, leading nature walks, computers, photography, and occasional travels. Last October they spent several days in Death Valley, followed by a cruise up the historic Columbia River to Idaho on an authentic paddlewheel ship. David writes, “The past 65 years since graduation have certainly been a festival of events and sights. I still hear from my best chum of 80 years, Robert Witherill, also retired and now living with his wife in lovely Belfast, Maine.” * How nice that Bob Witherill wrote in himself after all these years. Bob taught business and economics for 35 years and retired in 1983. He is associate professor emeritus from the University of Southern Maine. For the next 28 years he owned Penobscot Compass Service in Northport, Maine, selling, repairing, and adjusting marine compasses. One of his two sons now runs the business. Bob and his wife of more than 62 years, Jean, have four grandchildren, two of whom are Colby legacies: Colin graduated in 2004 and Kara is a current junior. Bob and his entire family—11 in all—enjoyed a weeklong cruise to Bermuda to celebrate Bob and Jean’s 62nd anniversary two years ago. Bob said, “No one got sick or hurt—so for a week we just had fun.” Bob doesn’t see many Colby grads except for Marjorie McDougal Davis ’43, his son’s mother-in-law.