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478 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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544 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 edition55555
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Geraldo at Large617 viewsA Marion summer resident since 1980, TV news reporter Geraldo Rivera poses with a copy of The Wanderer just after his guest appearance on the FOX 25 Morning News Show’s “Zip Trip” remote from the Marion Town Wharf. (Photo by Kenneth J. Souza).55555
(35 votes)
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506 viewsLuAnn, Alyssa, Lois and Donald Tucker (formerly of Mattapoisett) pose with a copy of The Wanderer at Flutie Athletic Field in Melbourne Beach, Florida during a recent trip. 6/21/01 edition55555
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503 viewsMattapoisett Library Director Judy Wallace and her husband, David Gries, took time to pose with a copy of The Wanderer outside of Monticello, the famous home of one of America’s best-known and sometimes controversial founding fathers, Thomas Jefferson. 6/21/01 edition55555
(40 votes)
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643 viewsA great time was had by several local residents recently in Jamaica. Pictured here posing with The Wanderer are Linda East-Boyd of Marion, Chad Peter of Fairhaven, Auntie Deb Baldwin of Acushnet, Adam Kirby of Rochester, Melissa Traenkle of Marion, and Heidi Nicol of New York. 6/24/04 edition55555
(40 votes)
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642 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 edition55555
(46 votes)
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530 viewsCould this be “Dog Day Afternoon”? No, it’s Alan and Toby Bulotsky of Mattapoisett, posing proudly with a copy of The Wanderer during a recent visit to the Henry Ford Museum in Detroit, Michigan. The museum is known for many exotic and unique vehicles, including this easily-recognizable product promoter. 12/20/01 edition55555
(25 votes)
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465 viewsTanner Studley of Mattapoisett poses with a copy of The Wanderer at the entrance to Thunder Mountain in Disney World during a recent trip with his family over the April school vacation. 6/24/04 edition55555
(29 votes)
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487 viewsAlex Zarlengo, a sixth grade student at Old Hammondtown School in Mattapoisett, brought his copy of The Wanderer with him to Manchester, VT where he posed with a King Tut-inspired, Egyptian-looking scrap metal sculpture on the grounds of the Washburton Inn. 6/21/01 edition 55555
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567 viewsFor those of you who have been repeating “It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity” for the last couple of weeks, just imagine how hot it is right now down in Key West, Florida! Mattapoisett resident Edward Camara Jr. recently submitted this photo of himself posing with a copy of The Wanderer at the “Southernmost Point in the Continental U.S.A.” — a well-known landmark in Key West which is just 90 miles from Cuba. Aye carumba! (Photo courtesy of Edward Camara Jr.) 8/8/02 edition55555
(35 votes)
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506 viewsMarion residents Emil Assing, Theo Assing, and cousin Tosh Allan pose with a copy of The Wanderer as they feed a real-live kangaroo at the Currumbin Bird Sanctuary on the Gold Coast of Australia. The group recently traveled to the land “down under” to visit relatives. (Photo by and courtesy of Terry Allan). 9/2/04 edition55555
(40 votes)
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