Our 20th reunion last June kicked off summer 2012, and it certainly set the “fun bar” pretty high. I hope the remainder of summer delivered good times, adventure, and relaxation for all of you. * On June 30 Tabby Biddle and husband Lee Schneider welcomed Bodhi Biddle Schneider. She writes, “Bodhi is very vocal and quite a character. He even has his own blog (overfiftyunderfive.com)!” The three live with their kitten, Max Frederick, in Santa Monica, Calif. * Karen Wu, husband Ben, and 6-year-old twins Peter and Molly spent July road-tripping cross-country from Roanoke, Va., to Irvine, Calif., to visit her family. They traveled 7,550 miles, camped in nine national parks, and had a blast. They spent two nights in Lucas, Texas, with Yong Kwon, wife Jeannie, and their children. “Yong still looks good—no visible gray hair and as tan as ever. It was great to catch up with him, but Texas is HOT.” * Warren Claytor checked in from vacation in Jackson Hole, Wyo., where he was enjoying the mountain air, climbing in the Tetons, rodeos, rafting, fly-fishing, mountain biking, and soaking up the sun and time with his family. He dovetailed his vacation with a bit of work for his Pennsylvania-based architecture firm, inspecting a historic renovation he did to two Crescent H cabins at the foothills of the Rendezvous Mountain Range. * Nicole Farkas Mogul and her girls, Sylvie, 9, and Nora, 6, took a three-week odyssey to Colombia. The idea was language immersion, but it turned into more of an outdoor adventure with tons and tons of animals—especially bugs. * In late July, I was lucky to log some time with Jennifer Nehro Patriacca of Wellesley, Anne Maddocks Michels, who was back east from Pasadena, Calif., and all of our collective children. I think our abs were still sore from all the laughter shared at reunion on Mayflower Hill. * In August, after an amazing three years of living “the way life should be” in Maine, Sura DuBow Lennon and family moved back to Evanston, Ill. “It’s bittersweet,” she says, “but we’re looking for our next life adventure.” We can’t wait to hear! * And finally, Thorn Luth kindly took time to write with a promise that he will bombard me—column after column—with interesting updates to his life. I’m still waiting, Thorn. * Bring it on, ’92, bring it on!