Arthur Brennan reports that he and his wife are grandparents for the second time. Samuel Brennan Rogers was born to their daughter, Mary Kathryn Brennan ’02, and Smilie Rogers. Art still does some judging on an as-needed basis and teaches some law-related subjects at the local community college. * Mary Lee (Merrill) ’70 and Mike Metcalf climbed Mount Katahdin this summer—twice. In July they camped at Chimney Pond, went up Cathedral Trail, and came down the Saddle Trail after it started to rain (preventing them from crossing Knife Edge). In August they went up Abol Slide and down the Hunt Trail. They have just 70 miles in Maine left to finish the Appalachian Trail in New England. * Glenna White Crawforth says, “Life is good; retirement is awesome. I have the best of everything—good health; great husband; successful, happy kids; a new grandson; terrific friends; and three different residences so I can follow the weather.” Her latest passion is Zumba. * Don and Pat Davis Murphy moved back to Maine in 2011. After living elsewhere (Michigan, California, Connecticut, and upstate New York) for 40 years, they knew their hearts were in Maine. They visited with Charlie and Penny Post Crockett ’69, who are retired teachers living in Hope, Maine. They hosted the Crocketts in their Bar Harbor, Maine, home and later traveled to visit them. * John Morgan is retired and thoroughly enjoying it. He visited his daughter, Sara Morgan ’07, in San Jose, Calif., and did some fatherly handyman stuff. Sara works full time and attends San Jose State University in pursuit of an M.S.W. degree. John planned to drive home to Colorado accompanied by Lily, his black Labrador retriever, and said, “We will meander up the coast and head back to Colorado by way of the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone, getting home sometime.” * Bill McKinney retired three years ago after 14 years as president of Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, Calif. He and his wife, Linda, moved into their summer home on Cape Cod for a year as an experiment and decided to stay. They travel a lot and he has a small consulting practice with churches and theological schools. He also does some online teaching at Hartford Seminary and gets to preach about once a month at various churches. * In July David and Nancy Dodge Bryan hosted a weekend mini-reunion for Class of ’68 friends at their home in Hingham, Mass. In attendance were Greg and Nancy Thomas Fritz, Mary Jo Calabrese Baur, Steve Campbell, Don and Betsy Clark Gemmecke, Judy Freedman ’70, and Phil and Hethie Shores Parmesano. They were joined one evening by Brad Merritt and his wife, Deirdre. Activities included taking turns making wonderful meals, a whale-watching expedition, listening to vintage music, and, of course, lots of storytelling. * Frank Dunton loves retirement. He is still playing and traveling, and he is an on-call fireman. He recently got together with Liz (O’Gorman) ’69 and John DeSimone, Ted Swartz and his wife, Vickie, and Sari Abul-Jubein ’69 in Boston’s North End. He hadn’t seen his old roomie in 35 years, but he said luckily they didn’t need “Hello, my name is” tags!