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415 viewsOn a recent fishing trip to Cabo San Lucas, Chris Gay of Mattapoisett didn't leave home without it. His copy of The Wanderer, that is. Here he poses with it in Baja Mexico. (Photo courtesy of Chris Gay). 1/31/02 edition
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386 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 edition
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424 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 edition
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411 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 edition
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394 viewsJen and four-month-old Madeline Hartley of Marion pose at Loveland Pass in Colorado with a copy of their favorite hometown publication, The Wanderer, during a recent trip to visit family. 11/1/01 edition
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405 viewsMarion resident Helen G. Westergard poses at Sandia Peak in Albuquerque, New Mexico during a recent trip with a copy of The Wanderer in hand. (Photo courtesy of Helen Westergard). 11/1/01 edition
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387 viewsKatelyn Germano of Marion and Emma O’Donnell of Mattapoisett pose with a copy of The Wanderer at The Victory Center in Yorktown, VA during an educational and fun trip in Virginia and North Carolina the girls took this past August. (Photo by Frank Germano). 11/8/01 edition
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387 viewsDan and Lisa Winsor of Mattapoisett recently returned from an extended trip to South Africa and sent this photo of themselves posing with The Wanderer. It was taken in Table View, South Africa. In the background is the city of Cape Town and Table Mountain. (Photo courtesy of Dan and Lisa Winsor). 11/15/01 edition
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382 viewsMattapoisett residents Mason Henshaw and Todd Henshaw pose with a copy of The Wanderer in the Bahamas during a trip taken over the recent Thanksgiving break. 12-13-01 edition
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390 viewsPat and Ralph Sanford of Mattapoisett are seen here standing in front of St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna during a trip to Austria in June. 8/23/01 edition
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393 viewsLuice Moncevitch, a teacher at Mattapoisett’s Center School, recently traveled to Venice, Italy and took along a copy of The Wanderer with her which she posed with while enjoying a gondola ride through the city’s famous water-filled canals. Ms. Moncevitch also traveled to see the Innsbrook remains of a mummy uncovered by hikers which are now on display at a museum in Balzano. 8/30/01 edition
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398 viewsIn June a group of eight students and four adults associated with Tabor Academy in Marion took a two-week trip to China. Nathaniel Walton (‘04) of Marblehead, MA took along a copy of The Wanderer with him and is seen here posing with it in front of the Forbidden City in Tiananmen Square, Beijing with (l. to r.) Sean Shin (‘01) of Seoul, Korea; Elizabeth Ng (‘01) of Grafton, MA; Philip Smith (‘68) and his son, Victor, of San Francisco, CA; Sandra Hagen (‘02) of Dusseldorf, Germany; Christina Smith of Sarasota, FL; Richard Marr, Tabor Academy faculty member and Marion resident; Nathaniel Walton with Wanderer; Steven Downes, Tabor faculty member and Marion resident; Frank Ng (‘02) of Grafton, MA; and Martha Walton of Marblehead, MA. (Photo courtesy of Martha Walton). 8/30/01 edition
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