I've decided to start reporting on Nancy and my Fry Day breakfast plans after the fact, since we often end up not where we'd planned. Last Fry Day we met Stephanie Rose Petersen '74 at Janet's Montana Cafe in Alpine, then drove past the snow-covered fields around Lake Cuyamaca. The snow plows were still working when we drove through Julian on our way home.
It's been a while since I shared a historic photo of San Diego. Here's a shot taken along old Highway 101 around 1928. Can you guess where? Click HERE when you're ready for the answer.
From Velinda Clanton Peterson '72, it's the Crawford High Pacer for February 25, 1972. Click HERE to find out whether Mr. Foote "Can Be Trusted".
Burt Tate '70 sends word of the passing of his classmate Jeff Smith, who has been living in the Sacramento area for the past decade. Plans for a memorial in San Diego are underway.
Mike Nesbit (or is it Mark?) is bringing all manner of Colt T-Shirts, hats, sweatshirts and other clothing. The money earned will go to the school. Also, if you're Class of '66 you'll be celebrating your 65th birthday -- whether you like it or not. Nicolosi's, March 7th, 6 PM. See you there.