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498 viewsThe Anderson and Kelleher families of Marion spent their recent winter vacation skiing Mont Sainte Anne in Quebec. Here they pose atop the mountain with a copy of The Wanderer and a Saint Bernard named “Maggie” (center). 7/15/04 edition55555
(39 votes)
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Gone to Guatemala562 viewsJim Cannell of Mattapoisett poses with a copy of The Wanderer among coffee trees in Guatemala. Jim is the owner if Jim’s Organic Coffee, purveyors to The Shipyard Galley, among others. (Photo courtesy of Jim Cannell).55555
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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 edition55555
(47 votes)
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517 viewsDave Anmahian of Mattapoisett and his wife Jan recently posed with a copy of The Wanderer at the country’s smallest post office located in Ochopee, near the Florida Everglades. 5/23/02 edition55555
(35 votes)
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649 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 edition55555
(48 votes)
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627 viewsMaddie Ellms (left) and Sarah Mui (right), both Mattapoisett residents, pose with The Wanderer in front of the Roman Forum. Both girls spent the previous semester abroad studying in Italy. Maddie went with AFS from Old Rochester Regional High School and Sarah went with Richmond University from Providence College. (Photo courtesy of Maddie Ellms). 10/10/02 edition55555
(45 votes)
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529 viewsJanice, Hilary and Katie Kearns of Mattapoisett traveled to Cosmel, Mexico for their February vacation and were able to find a familiar-looking seahorse seat on which to pose with a copy of The Wanderer. The trio made a brief stop while on a cruise ship, which can be glimpsed in the background. (Photo courtesy of the Kearns family.) 4/12/01 edition55555
(36 votes)
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506 viewsThis photo was taken on a recent trip to Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Outside the Rijksmuseum, standing behind Fransje and Nick Zucchero from Pine Island Road in Mattapoisett is a living statue of a seventeenth century gentleman, most likely a member of a military company. This period-bedecked man might have been an ideal subject for one of Rembrandt’s paintings. 2/14/02 edition55555
(29 votes)
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495 viewsAfter a shopping spree at the famed Harrods, Lee Yeaton of Mattapoisett posed here with a copy of The Wanderer, for which she works as a contributing writer, alongside her niece in London, England during a recent trip. The two enjoyed an elegant afternoon tea at Brown’s Hotel in London. While there Ms. Yeaton also visited with her granddaughter, Genevieve Wheeler (ORR Class of 2001), a student at the University of Massachusetts Amherst who is doing her junior year abroad at the University of Stirling, Scotland. (Photo courtesy of Lee Yeaton). 4/1/04 edition55555
(38 votes)
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702 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 edition55555
(49 votes)
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535 viewsJack and Hallie Thomas of Mattapoisett pose with a copy of The Wanderer during a recent family vacation at Baxter State Park in Millinoket, Maine with Mount Katahdin visible in the background. 8/30/01 edition55555
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476 viewsResidents throughout the tri-town area are more than ready to “Think Spring!” as suggested by this friendly snowman seen here posing with his two friends, Gabe Chuckran of Marion and Marissa Lake of Mattapoisett, along with a copy of The Wanderer. The winter icon was perched at the corner of Randall Road and Route 6 in Mattapoisett last week in the aftermath of another hefty snowfall ... hopefully one of the last for this year. 3/10/05 edition55555
(22 votes)
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