August 1959. 24 young men packed up and left home to attend a small, free, tough technical college in Long Island. Four years later, 15 of them graduated with engineering degrees; nine others escaped captivity and are living freely out there somewhere.
Here are the original 24 adventurers and the 15 graduates of Webb ’63:
This little blog provides some glimpses into that small group, most of whom are still good friends to this day, and a future I’m not sure we could have envisioned that afternoon at Sun Ship (see photo below).
Here are some of the photos I captured at our Reunion. It also includes two other pictures — one of Don Deckebach and me at lunch in California (with us in spirit, if not in person), and a photo Linda … Continue reading →
We had Chinese food last night — vegan dishes, of course. I always throw out the fortune cookies, but Barbara opens them all, hers and mine. Amazingly, after providing a short lesson in Mandarin for the day, mine foretold of a strange event.
All I could think of for future parties is the upcoming 50th Reunion in May, and one of the last photos I posted of us in this blog (below). It should be a real bash.
Here are the boys at play. Since I am in possession of the digital files to these photos, I will consider reasonable offers to remove and destroy any which are too embarrassing to the subjects involved.