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401 viewsSue Foster (Westport), Jeff Brown (formerly of Fairhaven), and Andrea Porter (formerly of Mattapoisett) spent Spring Break in March at Multnomah Falls on the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon, just opposite the Washington state border, and took a picture with The Wanderer at the national scenic area. (Photo courtesy of Andrea Porter.) 4/12/01 edition
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428 viewsThe Hughes family of Rochester took a ski trip to the White Mountains of New Hampshire last month. Posing in front of the scenic overview in North Conway, NH with copies of The Wanderer are David and Louise Hughes of Rochester with their seven grandchildren: (l. to r.) Andrew Hughes (6), Michael Pruchnik (5), Kara Hughes (8), Jennifer Hughes (3), McNeil Somers (3 weeks), Nicole Pruchnik (6) and Kate Hughes (1). Also enjoying the beautiful spring weather and skiing trip (but not pictured here) were Stephen and Michelle Hughes of Mattapoisett, Carolyn and Frank Pruchnik of Rochester, Colleen and John Somers of Dorchester, and Mark and Marissa Hughes of Rochester. (Photo courtesy of Louise Hughes.) 4/12/01 edition
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388 viewsJack Donovan of Marion and a seventh grader at Old Rochester Regional Junior High School poses in front of the famed “Space Needle” in downtown Seattle, Washington just days before a major earthquake rocked the city and trapped a class of visiting students atop the elevated structure. Good thing for Jack his vacation wasn’t just a bit later! 3/22/01 edition
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458 viewsBen Mechler and Christie Jones of Mattapoisett cool off after a dip in the pool at the Bethel Inn in Maine earlier this month, remembering to take along a copy of their favorite local newspaper, The Wanderer, which they posed with here in the refreshing snow. 3/29/01 edition
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438 viewsAdrienne Boutin of Rochester poses with a copy of The Wanderer in front of the famous Opera House in Sydney, Australia. Ms. Boutin is currently spending a semester “down under” as part of her school’s exchange program. 4/5/01 edition
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463 viewsAaron and Nate Rocha of Mattapoisett took a trip to London, England during February school vacation and remembered to take along a copy of their favorite local newspaper to pose with outside Buckingham Palace in Trafalga Square right after the famous “changing of the guards.” Aaron is a fifth grader at Old Hammondtown School and Nate is in third grade at Center School. (Photo by Wendy Rocha.) 4/12/01 edition
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435 viewsJackie VanVoris of Mattapoisett poses with The Wanderer at Lahaina, Maui last month. A restored brig, the Carthaginia II, can be seen in the background marking the place where in 1819 a whaler out of New Bedford anchored and was the first in Hawaii to open greater trade with the islands. (Photo courtesy of Jackie VanVoris.) 4/12/01 edition
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517 viewsStephen Gendron and Cheryl Souza pose with a copy of The Wanderer at the Daytona 500 which they attended last month on February 18 with friends Lauren and Doug Lemieux. One of the premier auto racing events in the world, this year’s event unfortunately claimed the life of seven-time champion Dale Earnhardt, whose team member Michael Waltrip went on to bittersweet victory. 3/8/01 edition
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437 viewsBetty Parker of Mattapoisett stands ashore on the continent of Antarctica at Neko Harbor on the Danco Coast (latitude 64 degrees, 49.5 minutes south, 62 degrees, 52.3 minutes west) posing with a copy of The Wanderer while Gentoo penguins approach in the background. The air temperature was 42 degrees, sea temperature 32 degrees — a beautiful day to land after a rough crossing of the Drake Passage. 3/15/01 edition
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465 views“In Dublin’s fair city / Where the girls are so pretty / I first set my eyes on / Sweet Molly Malone.” Five-year-old Troina Cuddy of Mattapoisett meets “Molly Malone” herself on a recent trip to Ireland’s capital city, and here she poses in front of a monument to the legendary lass with a copy of her favorite reading material. 3/15/01 edition
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492 views3,000 Miles to Graceland ... well, maybe not quite that far, but it was certainly a long way for this foursome to go to pose with a copy of The Wanderer — just outside the entrance to “The King’s” former home in Memphis, Tennessee. While most of the students and faculty at Tabor Academy in Marion headed to warmer climates for the recent Spring Break, this entourage spent three days visiting the home and city that Elvis Presley so dearly loved. Pictured here outside Graceland are (l. to r.) Dana Palmer-Donnelly, formerly of Marion and now of Hingham; her mother Donna Palmer of Marion, a member of the Tabor Academy staff and a lifelong Elvis fan; and Tina and Winslow Lewis of Falmouth, the parents of a Tabor Academy senior. Also along for the trip (but not pictured) were Chris and Shelley Wells of Orleans. 3/22/01 edition
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434 viewsThe LePage and Towers families of Rochester recently headed for cooler climes during February vacation when they visited Whistler Mountain in British Columbia, Canada and took along a piece of home with them in the form of their favorite weekly, The Wanderer, which they posed with here outside the ski resort’s Village Station at elevation 677 m. Pictured here are (l. to r.) Bill, Linda, Mary-Elizabeth, and Dan Towers; and Brad, Tina, Christopher, and Tara LePage, all of Rochester. 3/22/01 edition
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