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364 viewsSuzan Mitchell and Marianne Mattison of Mattapoisett took The Wanderer to the Great Wall of China while on vacation there. This photo was taken at Badaling, about 40 miles outside of Beijing. The Great Wall is over 4,000 miles long and was built by hand in the 5th century A.D. 6/21/01 edition
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378 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
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391 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 edition
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390 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 edition
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369 viewsOlivia, Meredith and Sharon Pinard of Mattapoisett took a recent trip to Valley Forge in Pennsylvania, the historic landmark where George Washington once led his troops and set up camp during a brutal winter, just prior to his legendary “crossing of the Delaware.” 5/24/01 edition
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396 viewsThe first of our featured “wanderers,” Mattapoisett native Tim Lynch poses with an issue of his favorite local news source from somehwere in the Persian Gulf. Pictured behind him is the USS George Washington (CVN-73). On the cover of our October 5, 2000 edition.
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420 viewsRemember the Alamo! Kim Gunderson of Mattapoisett poses with a copy of The Wanderer in San Antonio, Texas outside The Alamo with her friend, Nicole Kearns. The two friends went to visit their best friend Kelly Oliveira there over April vacation and took the opportunity to visit the famous Texan landmark ... and bring along a copy of the Mattapoisett newspaper. (Photo courtesy of Kelly Oliveira). 05/10/01 edition
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390 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 edition
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371 viewsIn addition to visiting the Hoover Dam, photographer Tim Sylvia of Mattapoisett (our cover subject this week) also posed in front of the stratosphere on the Las Vegas strip with a copy of The Wanderer. 4/12/01 edition
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364 viewsPhotographer and Mattapoisett resident Tim Sylvia was recently on location in Las Vegas and took time out to pose with his favorite publication, The Wanderer. Tim was in Las Vegas to shoot a ski catalog at the Ski Industry Association trade show. He’s pictured here at the famous Hoover Dam with an interesting bit of reading material. 4/12/01 edition
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356 viewsMembers of the Mattapoisett Touring Club pose with a copy of The Wanderer in St. Mark’s Square and Basilica in Venice, Italy during a recent 13-day trip which also included Rome and Florence. Picture submissions of our readers wandering with The Wanderer continue to come in ... and we’ll make every effort to publish each and every photo as space allows. 5/3/01 edition
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397 viewsCharlie Tate of Mattapoisett poses in front of a statue honoring Prince Henry the Navigator in Sagres, Portugal during a recent trip. The site is a navigation school to which scientists, cartographers, astronomers, and explorers from all over Europe once flocked. This school and its students sparked the “age of discovery” which culminated with the discovery of the Americas and also a sea route to Asia. There is a similar statue dedicated to Prince Henry located in nearby Fall River. 05/10/01 edition
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