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Peggy's Pick473 viewsPeggy Johnson, seen here celebrating her 85th birthday this past January, poses with copies of her favorite local reading material, The Wanderer. Ms. Johnson was a lifelong summer resident of Point Connett in Mattapoisett and sadly passed away on February 5, 2006.
Vegas Vacation496 viewsElaine Cromwell of Fairhaven poses with a copy of The Wanderer outside the popular Circus Circus Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, during a recent trip. We bet she had a great time. (Photo by and courtesy of Chuck Cromwell).
Indian Summer450 viewsMattapoisett resident and part-time reporter for The Wanderer Lee Yeaton poses with a copy of the newspaper outside the new United States Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC, during a recent trip to our nation’s capital. (Photo courtesy of Lee Yeaton).
Tree House535 viewsLongtime Mattapoisett resident, Mercedes May Murolo poses with her brother and part-time Mattapoisett resident, Fred Murolo, after successfully finishing a beautiful marathon through the giant redwood trees in California, a few hours north of Mercy’s new home in Sonoma County. In The Avenue of the Giants Marathon, Mercy came in third in her class, Fred fourth in his, and both qualified for Boston in April. The two plan on running in the Mattapoisett Fourth of July Road Race.
Gone to Guatemala486 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).
Hathaway Getaway682 viewsThree generations of the Hathaway clan get together every winter for an “All Boys Ski Trip.” Here Ken Hathaway Sr. (center, holding a copy of The Wanderer), is accompanied by his six sons and three grandsons in North Conway, NH. Bottom row, l. to r., Robert, Ethan, Jonathan, “Grampa” Ken, and Stephen. Back row, l. to r., Mark, Timmy, Noah, and Malcolm Hathaway.
Murphy's Law644 viewsLaura and Thom Murphy of Hair Unlimited in Mattapoisett recently took The Wanderer along with them while vacationing in Aruba with family. Pictured here (l. to r.) are Glenn, Molly and Christine Silva, and Janice and Tony Medeiros of Fairhaven. (Photo courtesy of Laura Murphy).
Beneath the Buddha700 viewsWareham resident Stephanie Caron, who grew up in Marion, poses in front of the largest outdoor sitting Buddha in the world located just outside Hong Kong with a copy of The Wanderer during a recent trip.
Learning to Fly651 viewsTony and Diane Lopes pose with their daughter Heather and her husband Lieutenant Josh Shultz in front of Josh’s T34 training plane with a copy of The Wanderer at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola where he is training to be a Naval Aviator.
Sun and Fun611 viewsGabby Hoag poses with The Wanderer at the Soggy Dollar in Jost Van Dyke, BVI’s, during February vacation. (Photo by Betsy Hoag).
Tokyo Traveler599 viewsMary Beth Redman poses at Narita International Airport in Tokyo during a recent trip with a copy of The Wanderer. (Photo by and courtesy of Paul Lopes).
Learning to Read616 viewsEven though he’s just hours old, Zach Steven LeBlanc, son of Mattapoisett Police Officer Craig LeBlanc, has already learned to read The Wanderer. Zach was born back on November 11, 2005. (Photo courtesy of Craig LeBlanc).
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