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382 viewsCatherine Lavallee of Widemarsh Beach in Fairhaven recently accompanied her parents and brother to a business convention in Tampa, FL and took along a copy of The Wanderer to read while relaxing by the pool. (Photo courtesy of Donna Lavallee). 4/15/04 edition
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440 viewsParents and mostly sixth grade children from Rochester went on a ski trip to Bretton Woods, NH recently and brought along a copy of The Wanderer and took some nice shots of the kids holding the tri-town newspaper up as a group after a spaghetti supper at the Bretton Woods Ski Lodge. (Photo by and courtesy of Peter Geldmacher). 4/15/04 edition
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412 viewsGeorge Landry of Rochester sent along a picture of his daughter and wife during a recent visit to Rome earlier this month. Here they are seen posing with The Wanderer outside the remains of the Roman Coliseum. Pictured are Kristen Landry and Sheila Landry, both of Rochester. (Photo courtesy of George Landry). 6/17/04 edition
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489 views(L. to R.) Peter Greco of Mattapoisett, Kevin Rocha of South Dartmouth, Jerry Pilkington of Seekonk, and dog sledding guide extraordinaire Deitan Chouinard from Les Chiens du Grand Nord in St-David-De-Falardeau, Canada pose with a copy of The Wanderer during a recent three-day great adventure trek. (Photo by Lester Reich). 6/24/04 edition
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535 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 edition
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433 viewsThe Ellis family of Mattapoisett recently took a week respite and managed to bring a copy of their favorite paper with them during February school vacation in the Turks and Caicos islands. This island chain in the West Indies is where Columbus first landed when he was traveling to the “New World.” Pictured here is Brad Ellis with a copy of The Wanderer in front of one of the waterfall pools at Beaches Resort in Turks and Caicos. (Photo by Pam Ellis, courtesy of Ron Ellis). 3/25/04 edition
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414 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 edition
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417 viewsEunice Manduca of Marion poses with a copy of The Wanderer near a newborn calf and her mother during a recent trip to her daughter’s farm in Manchester, Iowa. (Photo courtesy of Eunice Manduca). 4/15/04 edition
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427 viewsCraig Mechler of “New England Home” poses here with his son Ben, mother-in-law Ellie Haines, and a copy of The Wanderer at the Montauk Yacht Club during the first annual I Love N.Y. Hook and Release International “Brits vs. Yanks Shark Fishing Tournament.” (Photo courtesy of Craig Mechler). 4/15/04 edition
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453 viewsJohn and Veronika Ross of Fairhaven pose here with a copy of The Wanderer. It was taken in Meiders, Austria on a recent visit to Ms. Ross' parents. (Photo courtesy of John and Veronika Ross). 4/15/04 edition
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534 viewsA group of tri-town area residents recently traveled to Chicago, IL to attend the wedding of John Mello and Dawn Peterson and took the time to pose in front of the famed Wrigley Building with a copy of The Wanderer. Pictured here at the famous site are (rear, l. to r.) Robert Bertrand, Todd Henshaw, Lenny DiPasqua, Polly Henshaw, Jonathan Henshaw, (middle, l. to r.) Lisa Bertrand, Patty DiPasqua, Susan Henshaw, Kim Henshaw, and (front) Phillip Mello and George Henshaw. 1/8/04 edition
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519 viewsStuck in Chicago ... this family recently took a vacation over the holidays and got stuck in Chicago’s notorious O’Hare Airport for 27 hours on their way back. Luckily, Paul Keane (their great uncle) remembered to bring this copy of The Wanderer with him just for the photo-op. They were hoping to get a shot on top of Donner Summit in the Sierras, but that didn’t work out. Pictured here are Garrett Bauer, Kayla Souza, Holly Smith and Kerrin Souza. (Photo by and courtesy of Tim Smith). 2/5/04 edtion
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