Another year is nearly gone
and many if not most of us are enjoying retirement, so we'd
thought we'd let you know more about the diverse and marvelous
opportunities, joys, and choices for retirement among
our classmates. If you're doing something you'd like
to tell us about, please let us hear from you.
Classmate Steven Mayer, along
with Susan Doherty, has spent several months (off and on) transversing
the U.S. in a Vistabule Tear Drop Trailer. For those who
don't know, it's an extraordinarily compact yet comfortable home
away from home. Having seen it firsthand, we can vouch
for it's versatility. So, follow along in narrative and
photographs with Steven and Susan as they travel from their home
in Minnesota to points as far away as Alaska. Along
the way, you'll see some gorgeous scenery and learn a bit about
local culture and history. https://vistabuletravels.wordpress.com/
Some of us are still working at our chosen professions. Case
in point is Reuben Aaronson. We
thought you cat lovers and just pet lovers in general would appreciate
this wonderful film that Reuben has been working on: http://vimeo.com/107632656
We lost our Hot Shoppe, but the Tastee Diner is still with us click
here to get the story.
More news about Bethesda:
To find out why Bethesda
is one of the “coolest cities” and how cool is DC click
here for the article
Just how smart is Bethesda?
If you want to know click
here for the answer.
Remember those snakes at
Glen Echo? We remember the stories and perhaps some
of you will, too. Well before the Internet and
its many hoaxes, there was this story about Glen
We may have thought that
it was just that Elvis was sexy, but actually our music
really was just better, if only because they make us happy.
To get the scoop on the psychology behind this click
To refresh our memories and for a great youtube remembrance of
The King: click