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1215 viewsMark Sanford and his son, Griffin Sanford, pose with a copy of The Wanderer at Camden Yards, MD, during a game between the Boston Red Sox and Baltimore Orioles. Of course, the World Series Championship Red Sox team won! 12/23/04 edtion
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903 viewsTed and Lola Mach of Mattapoisett took a cruise to Nassau, Bahamas earlier this year for Lola’s birthday. Here there are posing with a copy of The Wanderer at the entrance to the popular tourist mecca. 12/23/04 edtion
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928 viewsFormer Mattapoisett native and current Los Angeles resident Toya Doran Gabeler recently took a trip to Hong Kong and posed with a copy of The Wanderer here in Aberdeen Harbor, a unique community of rag-tag looking boats where families reside full-time on the water. 12/23/04 edtion
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1002 viewsDuring a trip last October to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Rene' Potkay of Fairhaven, Shawn Moniz of Fairhaven, and Mark and Melissa Manzone of Rochester took along a copy of The Wanderer with which they posed here near the scenic beachfront. 12/23/04 edtion
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872 viewsRochester Selectmen Chairman Gary Laboa poses with a copy of The Wanderer at the landmark Mount Rushmore in Rapid City, South Dakota during a trip last month to attend the 64th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in nearby Sturgis, SD. The annual event drew an estimated 514,000 bike enthusiasts and Mr. Laboa, a drummer with local act The Relics, met fellow musician and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top at the rally. (Photo courtesy of Gary Laboa). 9/16/04 edition
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678 viewsAlan Pratt of 1 Cannon Street in Mattapoisett is seen here floating with a copy of The Wanderer on the Dead Sea during a recent trip in September 2004. Mr. Pratt and his wife, Cynthia Good, traveled to visit Alan’s son Jonathan who is serving with the State Department in Amman Jordan. (Photo courtesy of Alan Pratt). 10/21/04 edition
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686 viewsHallie and Jack Thomas of Mattapoisett pose with a copy of The Wanderer while recently learning how to catch a lobster aboard the “Lucky Catch,” a working lobster boat out of Casco Bay in Portland, ME. (Photo by Sandy Thomas). 11/25/04 edition
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601 viewsThe grandchildren of Thomas and Linda Tilden of Marion — Adam Carvalho, Selena Carvalho, Michael Edgerton, and Thomas Edgerton — pose with a copy of The Wanderer and a familiar Disney character while on vacation. (Photo by Laura Edgerton). 11/25/04 edition
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556 views(L. to R.) John and Dawn Vilandry of New Bedford and Charles and Lauren Rodrigues of Mattapoisett recently took a seven-day cruise out of New York to Nassau, in the Bahamas and remembered to take along a copy of The Wanderer with them to pose for this picture. (Photo courtesy of Lauren Rodrigues). 11/25/04 edition
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550 viewsAlicia Crabbe and Bob Lawrence of Rochester took The Wanderer to Machu Picchu, Peru, deep in the Andes Mountains. Machu Picchu was the religious sacred city of the Inca Empire. The Wanderer traveled by plane, bus, train and foot to get there. (Photo courtesy of Alicia Crabbe). 9/9/04 edition
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477 viewsJamie and Hailey Gallagher of Rochester pose with a copy of The Wanderer alongside cousins Meagan Smith and Nick Nelson on the summit of Mount Megunticook in Camden Maine, the highest mainland mountain on the Atlantic coast. (Photo by and courtesy of Jill Gallagher). 9/9/04 edition
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426 viewsBarbara Hill and her family pose with a copy of The Wanderer while on vacation recently at the Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz, NY. (Photo by and courtesy of Lisa Hill). 9/9/04 edition
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