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412 viewsDuring a bike/barge trip through the Burgundy region of France last month, this group of “Wandering Wanderers” traveled from Tournus to Besançon and remembered to pose with a copy of The Wanderer along the way. They include (l. to r.) Fred Rioles of Mattapoisett, Lois Rioles of Mattapoisett, Ed Scholter of Mattapoisett, Ray Lemieux of Mattapoisett, Betty Scholter of Mattapoisett, and Lorna Walker of Rochester. (Photo courtesy of Lorna Walker). 9/4/03 edition
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430 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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396 viewsMembers of the Mattapoisett Touring Club all posed with a copy of The Wanderer during a trip the group took to Stockholm, Sweden last June. The group members are posing here in front of the Baltic Sea, visible in the background. (Photo courtesy of Kay Levine). 4/17/03 edition
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397 viewsDuring a family trip to Walt Disney World in October, 2002, these “Wandering Wanderers” posed with a copy of their favorite local newspaper at the Magic Kingdom. Pictured here (l. to r.) are Michelle Barrows, Shannon Davis, and Jason Davis. (Photo courtesy of Glenn and Cathy Davis). 4/17/03 edition
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389 viewsCorinna Thompson and Geoffrey Rowley, both of Marion, pose with a copy of The Wanderer in hand, as they get ready to go sledding. The picture was taken in Grindelwald, Switzerland, during the recent February school vacation week. (Photo courtesy of Joan Wing). 4/24/03 edition
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379 viewsMembers of the Mattapoisett Touring Club are pictured here with two literary landmarks: a copy of The Wanderer and just outside William Shakespeare’s wife’s childhood home, Ann Hathaway’s thatch-roofed cottage, at Stratford-Upon-Avon in England during a trip on May 7. 5/15/03 edition
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369 viewsThink Spring! John Grabill of Wayland, MA and a summer resident here posed with a copy of The Wanderer during one of our numerous recent snow storms. Alas, spring is still about five weeks away, but like most in our area, Mr. Grabill is hoping it will arrive sooner than later. (Photo courtesy of John Grabill). 2/20/03 edition
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404 viewsRochester residents Marc Manzone, Todd Kern, and his son Ethan Kern (4 years old) posed with a copy of The Wanderer in front of their home on Union Church Terrace this past Tuesday after digging out from the “Blizzard of 2003.” They wisely made sure to clear a path to their mailbox so they could receive this week’s issue. (Photo by and courtesy of Erin Kern). 2/20/03 edition
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348 viewsEmma and Daniel Gregory posed with a copy of The Wanderer alongside their mom, Shelley Forrester, at the Grand Place of Brussels in Belgium, near where they live. The family members are summer residents of Mattapoisett and have many relatives in town and in nearby Fairhaven. (Photo by and courtesy of Doug Gregory). 2/27/03 edition
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407 viewsDuring a recent Vermont ski trip to Sugarbush, this local group enjoyed sweet treats at the ever-popular Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream. While there, they posed with a copy of The Wanderer. Pictured here, from left to right, are: Kristen Landry, Sharon Baldwin, Sean Landry, (all of Rochester) and Lindsey LeBlanc (from Mattapoisett). (Photo courtesy of Sheila Landry). 03/13/04 edition
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411 viewsEvelyn and Gene Pursley of Mattapoisett posed with a copy of their favorite local newspaper, The Wanderer, during a vacation to the Island of Pico in the Azores just off the coast of Portugal last year. (Photo courtesy of Gene Pursley). 4/17/03 edition
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538 viewsOlivia McLean, 11-year-old daughter of Laura and Kevin McLean of Mattapoisett, visited Italy with her family recently. She stopped while wandering the walled city of Lucca to have this photo taken with a copy of her hometown newspaper The Wanderer. Built in 1504-1645 the walls are among the best preserved Renaissance defences in Europe. The fifth grader also toured Portofino, Florence, Venice and Verona. It was a trip steeped in art, history, memorable meals and an introduction to a beautiful language. 12/26/02 edition
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