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391 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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397 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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400 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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422 viewsJack and Hallie Thomas of Mattapoisett pose with a copy of The Wanderer during a recent family vacation at Baxter State Park in Millinoket, Maine with Mount Katahdin visible in the background. 8/30/01 edition
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415 viewsLittle Sam Hartley-Matteson of Mattapoisett poses with a copy of The Wanderer in a sunflower maze on his grandparents’ dairy farm in upstate New York during a recent vacation there. Now that the unofficial end of summer is here, it’s good to look back at one final “summertime” image before turning our thoughts to fallen leaves, Halloween and the forthcoming holidays. This picture was submitted by Sam’s mom and dad, Amy and Jesse, who helped little Sam strike this adorable pose. 9/13/01 edition
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384 viewsGarrett and Freemin Bauer took along a copy of The Wanderer during a jaunt to Busch Gardens in Tampa Bay, Florida before traveling down the west coast to visit friends. 6/21/01 edition
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397 viewsMary Betts, Irene Daly, Evelyn Jenks, and Madelyn Fogler read The Wanderer aboard the “River Rhapsody” on a recent cruise of the Great Rivers of Europe. 6/21/01 edition
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416 viewsJohn and Judy Simpson of Rochester took along their favorite local reading material, The Wanderer, during a recent trip to the ever-popular Grand Canyon National Park. 6/21/01 edition
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425 viewsJo Pannell, Mattapoisett Historical Commission member, poses with the very first issue of The Wanderer (Volume 1, Number 1) in front of another venerated ship, The Golden Hinde, which is docked along the River Thames in England. Ms. Pannell recently took a vacation there to visit family members and brought along this landmark debut issue with her. 7/21/01 edition
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383 viewsThe Schuberts from Mattapoisett and the Kemps from Marion took a copy of The Wanderer (not just any copy, but the one with the Seahorse on it) all the way to Kandersteg, Switzerland last month where the couples hiked as high as they dared over the receding glaciers. Pictured here are (l. to r.) Dick Kemp, Laurie Kemp, Mary Schubert (holding Wanderer), and Allan Schubert. 8/9/01 edition
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358 viewsPat and Bruce Baggarly of Mattapoisett pose with a copy of The Wanderer at Canyon de Chelly in Arizona during a recent vacation trip. The landmark is the site of the Anasazi Indian ruins. 6/7/01 edition
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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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