Mike and Kay Weisman Jaffe recently traveled to Finland and Norway and even were above the Arctic Circle and on the border of Russia. Northern Finland is famous for reindeer, and Mike and Kay saw some big and little ones. There are images of Santa Claus all year round and some beautiful lake country, too. In Norway they spent five days going through the fjords on what was called a ferry, but it had fine accommodations and great food, though the rooms were smaller than a cruise ship. It stopped at many big and small ports and, when it stayed long enough, they could visit some charming and interesting towns. They were in Bergen for Norway’s National Day and saw a parade. They had every organization and school with separate sections and lots of bands and children’s groups, most in costumes. From Bergen to Oslo they went via ferry and old-fashioned train through the mountains and then a modern train into Oslo. They now have seven great-grandchildren (one couple has four)—so many that Kay doesn’t always remember to send birthday cards on time. As someone said to her, I don’t have a memory, I have a “forgetery.” Kay wrote, “at least I remembered to send this and hope you are both well.” Kay wanted us to tell all the Class of 1948, “Thank you for your support of the College.” * Janet Gay Hawkins doesn’t have much going on but she’ll have more to report after her trip to France in September. We look forward to hearing about it. * David received a letter from Bobo Folino in response to his letter of condolence regarding Buddy (Fran Folino). She lives in Vermont. She sent a long letter as well as the program for Buddy’s memorial service. The cover of the program was a reproduction of the May 1948 Colby Alumnus with a picture of Bobo and Buddy titled “Seniors.” It was a very appropriate tribute! * We attended this year’s commencement at Colby, the 190th, to see our grandson, Mark McNulty ’11, graduate. Our daughter, Deborah (Marson ’75), and David marched in the baccalaureate and commencement processions and the combined Marson, Moller, and McNulty clans totaled nine attendees. Although it rained a little on Saturday, the sun came out on Sunday and, as usual, commencement was a wonderful event held outdoors.