Many replies, so here goes! So nice to hear from Isobel Rafuse Capuano, who tells us that no trips abroad are planned for this year (especially on Carnival) but every other base is well covered. In April she and Hank head for Hilton Head with friends for some highly anticipated golf; May will find them in Virginia to celebrate a granddaughter’s first Communion. Then, in June, they’re off to Los Altos, Calif., to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with their two sons and families. In mid-July their travels will take them north to New Brunswick, Canada, where they will stay until the end of September. And after that … maybe a long winter’s nap! * Art and Ellie Gray Gatenby are spending two months in Vero Beach, Fla., and I’m sure they are enjoying every moment of golf they can. In the “small world” department, a woman in Ellie’s foursome happens to be a 1965 graduate of Colby. * Being very involved in genealogy for 35 years, Jeanne Arnold and husband Peter Jeffries have enjoyed traveling the country from east to west to attend the Sheldon Family Association annual meetings and to gather information along the way. Jeanne and Peter will be driving to Utah again this year, stopping for a planning meeting in Ft. Wayne, Ind. * I appreciate Ann Jefferson Barnes’s excitement when she wrote of her newest granddaughter, born in January. The tally for Ann and Forrest ’56 in that department is now four, ranging from age 4 to the baby. The Barneses, who live in Houlton, Maine, now juggle their time from one family in Fort Kent to another in Bath, pretty much traveling the whole state of Maine. Ann is very busy codirecting the spring play for the Houlton Star Bright Children’s Theater—20 children in grades one through three. Ann and Forrest cruised the Maine coast last September aboard the schooner Heritage and highly recommend it. * Kyp Piqueres Greenwood is counting the days until spring after this brutal cold and snowy winter. She has been catching up on her reading but admits she’s ready for more action and excitement. * Andrea and Allan van Gestel still live in Rockport, Mass., and Allan continues his work as a mediator/arbitrator at the Judicial Arbitration and Mediation Services Office in Boston. In that capacity, Al, with Andrea, was flying to Cyprus at the end of February to testify as a witness on Massachusetts business law before the District Court of Nicosia. * Last September Bev (Jackson) ’60 and Tony Glockler cruised the inner passage to Alaska and enjoyed the trip a great deal. Both are still active with their EMS squad, Bev as an EMT and Tony as an ambulance driver. They plan to go back to reunion this spring with their daughter for her 25th and the College’s 200th celebration and hope to see some of our classmates there. * In mid-December Lou and Bill Bois took a riverboat cruise called “Christmas Markets on the Rhine,” starting in Basel, Switzerland, and ending in Amsterdam. It was a good opportunity to buy unique Christmas gifts! This spring they plan to drive around the U.S.A. to visit many of the national parks and historic sites. * We lost a loyal classmate when Janet Kimball Clymer passed away last November. She is now at peace after suffering a disastrous stroke on the eve of our 50th reunion, but what a courageous fighter she was!