The snow has finally melted in Washington, D.C. and our peas and favas beans are buried in the garden ready for spring rains. Carson Campe, my sophomore year roommate, now lives up the road from us, along with his brilliant wife and energetic four children. Our son Timothy, who turns four in August, loves joining 80s dance parties at Campe’s house. I still enjoy covering national security for the Los Angeles Times, and Anne is working at the State Department. Here is a photo of Timothy digging out a snow shelter in the backyard — one of many skills we learned camping in the Sierras with the great Chuck Warren.
Brian Bennett CdeP 1994