The Wanderer Photo Gallery

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Santa's Village133 viewsAbove: Alex and Madeline Wright visited Santa’s Village in New Hampshire this past August 2010, and brought a copy of the Wanderer with them. Photo courtesy of Lisa Wright.
Ben & Jerry’s116 viewsSophie & Sascha Polonsky of Marion read The Wanderer whenever they visit Ben & Jerry’s ice cream factory in Vermont!
Casa De Fruta135 viewsWandering Devyn Southern of Marion vacationing in California with his grandmother Susan Parker made a stop at the famous Casa De Fruta which is a very famous destination for tourists to visit for any kind of produce you can imagine.
Juneau, Alaska149 viewsTeresa and Mark Dall explored the Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau, Alaska this summer and brought The Wanderer along with them.
Edinburgh Wanderers133 viewsRob Price and Rochester Library Director Gail Roberts remembered to bring The Wanderer with them on their recent trip to Edinburgh, Scotland. Photo by Michael Swanwick.
Easton JOAD Nationals128 viewsMattapoisett sixth-grader Noah Tavares poses with The Wanderer at the Easton JOAD Nationals in Des Moines, IA. Mr. Tavares competed in the 2010 JOAD Outdoor Nationals in Des Moines, IA from June 24 – 27, ranking eighth overall, with a third-place finish in the team event. Photo courtesy of Kevin Tavares.
Mattapoisett Touring Club135 viewsThe Mattapoisett Touring Club recently visited Greece, where they took a photograph in front of the Arch Gateway to the Olympic Stadium, the site of the first Olympic Games in Olympia, Greece. Photo courtesy of Kay Levine.
Key West184 viewsThese Wandering Wanderers enjoyed a recent trip to the southernmost point of Key West, Florida. Mattapoisett resident Michelle Randall holds a copy of the Wanderer with her parents Bob and Angie Randall by her side. Photo courtesy of Angie Randall.
One Big Duck188 viewsHayley Bentz and Ian MacGregor of Rochester recently took a trip to Long Island, New York. They took a moment to pose with a copy of The Wanderer in front of the Big Duck in Flanders, NY. The Big Duck, built to be a store by Martin Maurer in 1931, is a famous landmark in Long Island, and is on the national registry of historic places. Photo courtesy of Hayley Bentz.
Germany162 viewsLois Murray, Ellen Schneider, Pat Gross and Rev. Kathy Henry from the Mattapoisett Congregational Church attended the Oberammergau Passion Play during a trip to Germany and Austria in June. The play has been produced by the townspeople of Oberammergau every 10 years since 1633. Photo courtesy of Ellen Schneider.
Turks and Caicos147 viewsWill (age 11) and Tim Saunders (age 9) in the Turks and Caicos with their favorite weekly magazine the wanderer.
Wavre, Belgium141 viewsWandering Wanderer Alan Bare recently enjoyed a trip to Wavre, Belgium. Mr. Bare remembered to take a copy of The Wanderer with him! Photo courtesy of Alan Bare.
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