Arthur Calfee’s son Davidson, 32, took over the Arthur D. Calfee Insurance Agency that started when he was born. Art is retired but still goes into the office to act as the main gofer. He is still involved with the appearance of Falmouth. Appointed by the selectmen, he watches new commercial construction for adherence to the sign code. * Ronald Weber and wife Barbara had the usual number of winter guests. They made their yearly visit to Playa Del Carmen, south of Cancun, to visit their retired son and his wife. Their youngest son travels the world building solar plants. * Eunice Bucholz Spooner attended a Colby women’s basketball alumni game. It was one of her favorite sports at Colby—even playing half-court! She had plans to see Tony ’57 and Bev Jackson Glockler when they returned for Tony’s 55th reunion. In July she’ll attend the wedding of his youngest son. Summer is to be enjoyed in Maine while making plans for winter cruising. * Wendy McWilliam Denneen visited her sister in Tucson and her grandsons, 7 and 8, in California. On this side of the continent, she babysits her 1- and 2 1/2-year-old grandkids. Last October, Wendy cruised Croatia, Greece, Italy, Sicily, and Turkey with her daughter, Susan. In February she cruised to the Saints—Kitts, Lucia, Maartin, and Croix—as well as Barbados. In the fall she heads to Vancouver and San Francisco. She keeps busy with volunteering, walking, enjoying her Not So Serious Book Club, seeing classmates Judy Ingram Hatfield, Deb Wilson Albee, Charlotte Wood MacPhetres, and Liz Boccasile Mavis. * Donald Burgess spent 25 years in the Navy and 11 years teaching high school math and feels fortunate to have enjoyed 18 years of retirement in St. Augustine. He belongs to a golf group at a course that allows you to walk. That exercise, combined with walks on the beach with his dog, biking, and kayaking, allow him and his wife to stay reasonably fit and healthy. He thanks Colby for sending updates, as they bring back good memories. * In January, Kay and Ralph Nelson embarked on a four-month, seven-continent Grand World Cruise. During that time they compared their expectations with reality for slum cleanup in Brazil, ice extent in Antarctica, the housing bubbles in China and Egypt and Portugal, free enterprise in Vietnam, logging in Thailand, pirates in the Gulf of Aden, civil unrest in Egypt and Greece, volcanic activity in Italy, and seaweed coverage in the Sargasso Sea. They read Collapse by Jared Diamond, and they saw, in dozens of regions around the world, both clear causes for alarm and effective programs to avert collapse. They enjoyed it and recommend it to update your understanding of the world. * Judy Allen Ferretti and her husband enjoyed a fabulous trip to five islands in Hawaii. They also went to the Kentucky Derby. All of the educational parts of the trip were most enjoyable: meeting with a breeder, a jockey, and a trainer, and visiting a thoroughbred auction house and a farm for retired racehorses and meeting some of the winning horses. * Daniel Parish works on an organic farm in New Hampshire. Check out www.stevenormanton.com for an overview of where Daniel is at present. * Patricia Sturges Aufdenberg took a fantastic trip to England: a 10-day Tudor history tour called “The Six Wives of Henry VIII.” It was truly a trip of a lifetime! On a side note her home-schooled granddaughter, Emily, took the California Achievement Test for the fourth grade and answered every question correctly. Maybe she’ll get a scholarship to Colby! * Ken Nigro and Jane Holden Huerta have breakfast together from time to time and wonder if anyone is interested in a mini-reunion in 2013?