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553 viewsPosing with a copy of The Wanderer outside the Capitol Building in Washington, DC during last Saturday’s Inauguration Ceremony to swear in President George W. Bush are Mattapoisett residents (l. to r.) Carrie Tucker, Tom Tucker, and their son, six-year-old Tommy Tucker, a student in Mrs. Evans’ Grade 1 class at Center School. The family obtained tickets to the historic event through Congressman Barney Frank’s office. (Photo by and courtesy of Carrie Tucker.) 1/25/01 edition
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553 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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552 viewsFour men, including workers from the Mattapoisett Boatyard, currently working on the restoration of the half-scale model of the whale ship Lagoda at the New Bedford Whaling Museum recently posed on deck with copies of The Wanderer. Pictured here (l. to r.) are Craig Williams, Karl Collyer, Thomas Tucker, and Loulou Casi. The restoration is being conducted in stages, with the present focus being the removal of old sails and repairs to the rigging, all of which will be necessary prior to the new sails being b
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551 viewsWendy Ashworth of Rochester poses with a copy of The Wanderer alongside NASCAR racer Todd Bodine during a recent trip with husband and Rochester Fire Chief Scott Ashworth to Bodine’s Discover Card Winston Cup Team in Talladega, FL. Ms. Ashworth had the honor of cooking traditional New England scallops wrapped in bacon for the Number 26 team. Although Bodine finished 24th in the race due to a penalty in crossing the finish line, it was a trip to remember for the Ashworth family. 10/17/02 edition
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Cadillac Man551 viewsLouie Aiello poses with a copy of The Wanderer on Cadillac Mountain overlooking Frenchmen Bay in Bar Harbor, Maine, Acadia National Park. (Photo by and courtesy of Pat Aleks).
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548 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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548 viewsD’Oh! Posing with both the Stars and Stripes and copies of The Wanderer ... along with an odd-looking fellow (center) on top of Burk Mountain in Vermont during a recent ski trip are (l. to r.) Frank Catoe, Roger Caron, Patrick Catoe, P.J. Caron, and Patty Catoe. 2/28/02 edition
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545 viewsMattapoisett’s Dee Esposito recently took a trip to Niigata, Japan to visit with her grandson and daughter-in-law, and posed her with them and a copy of The Wanderer outside a Japanese temple. (Photo courtesy of Dee Esposito). 12/18/03 edition
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544 viewsPictured atop Magen’s Bay in St. Thomas USVI are “Wandering” Wanderer readers (l. to r.) Roland Vigeant of St. Thomas and Dartmouth; and Marion residents Mark Jones, Brandon Robert Jones, Cynthia Tilden, William Tilden, and Sandra Jones. (Photo courtesy of Sandra Jones). 4/17/03 edition
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543 viewsNo, this isn’t the tour bus which takes your around our Mattapoisett office. Melinda Kershaw of Rochester is posing with a copy of The Wanderer in front of a “Wanderer” tour bus while on vacation recently in Alice Springs, Australia. (Photo courtesy of Melinda Kershaw). 8/7/03 edition
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542 viewsAllison Roney, a second grade student at Center School in Mattapoisett (in Miss Haugen’s class) poses with a copy of The Wanderer during a recent trip with her family to Cancun, Mexico. The background view is from the balcony at the Royal Caribbean overlooking the ocean and pool area. 2/14/02 edition
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539 viewsJo Pannell, Mattapoisett Historical Commission member, poses with the very first issue of The Wanderer (Volume 1, Number 1) in front of another venerated ship, The Golden Hinde, which is docked along the River Thames in England. Ms. Pannell recently took a vacation there to visit family members and brought along this landmark debut issue with her. 7/21/01 edition
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