Jim Plunkett will celebrate 50 continuous years of residence in Peru in July. He first went down with Carlos Davila ’58 for Christmas that year, fell in love with the country, and returned after a stint with the Marines in the Philippines and Japan, where he married. Jim worked for Exxon in the United States for a few years before deciding to take the leap and settle in Peru. “Grand experience!” He sold mining equipment in the Andes, exported handicrafts to Pier One, Macy’s, and other companies for many years, managed the American chamber of commerce, served on the Fulbright Commission, and even started a doughnut business and a small hotel. He supposedly retired, but now he supervises a mining project in Nazca, south of Lima, for some guys from Denver, and he recently started a new hobby business selling blueberries, coffee, and muffins to the expat ladies around town. Golf interferes, so he has to be careful. * Bill and Edo Foresman Donaldson have been living full time in their RV for 14 years, traveling all over the country and in parts of Mexico and Canada. It seemed time for a change, so they have bought a small home in Leesburg, Fla., in a 55-plus community. It reminds them of a large campground with all the activities available. Edo was sorry to miss reunion and sends her best to the Class of ’59. * Fran and Boyd Sands still live in Cape Canaveral, Fla. They have five children, 15 grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren. Boyd still works part time for two baseball teams, the Washington Nationals and the Brevard County Manatees. * Since selling their house in Florida, Elaine (Healey) ’62 and Paul Reichert have become “snowbirds,” spending winters in Florida. While there, their neighbors convinced Paul to play shuffleboard. Coming in first or second earns prize money, which he did. He guesses he lost his amateur status, but he is not in a higher tax bracket. The city of New Smyrna Beach put on a big parade for their 54th wedding anniversary March 4. As they were leaving the parade, Paul heard someone say they enjoyed the Mardi Gras parade! On their return to New Hampshire the Reicherts encountered some snow to remind them about winter. * Jim McIntosh wrote that Lafayette College honored the late Norm Gigon at its annual baseball preseason dinner Jan. 25. Norm was head baseball coach from 1968 to 1982. * I’m sad to report that Greg MacArthur passed away peacefully at his home Feb. 12. Greg had begun his own investment banking business in 2000. * As I write this I am looking forward to the 55th reunion. It doesn’t seem possible that that many years have gone by.