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537 viewsPatricia Broughton of Acushnet Road in Mattapoisett and her Yorkie, “Teacup,” pose outside the Bridgetown Town Hall during a recent trip to Nova Scotia. 02/21/02 edition
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548 viewsD’Oh! Posing with both the Stars and Stripes and copies of The Wanderer ... along with an odd-looking fellow (center) on top of Burk Mountain in Vermont during a recent ski trip are (l. to r.) Frank Catoe, Roger Caron, Patrick Catoe, P.J. Caron, and Patty Catoe. 2/28/02 edition
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507 viewsJohn Folino and Jerry Goodale of Mattapoisett pose at the halfway point of crossing the Atlantic Ocean from Europe (Portugal) to the Tortola in the BVI (Caribbean) during a recent trip to deliver a sailboat. 2/28/02 edition
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508 viewsKen and Melody Pacheco of Mattapoisett recently took a cruise to the Bahamas aboard the Discovery Sun and remembered to bring a copy of The Wanderer along with them, which they posed with here. (Photo courtesy of Ken Pacheco). 3/21/02 edition
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509 viewsOfficer Robert Small of the Rochester Police Department recently took a break from detail work to read the latest issue of The Wanderer with his new friend, “Flat Stanley.” Stanley is part of a nationwide school project in which these student creations are sent out to garner “life experiences.” 4/18/02 edition
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529 viewsRichard and Shane Wilhelmsen of Mattapoisett pose with a copy of The Wanderer just outside the Coliseum in Rome during a recent family trip to Rome, the Greek Isles, and Athens. (Photo courtesy of Rebecca Wilhelmsen). 1/17/02 edition
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631 viewsDan and Lisa Winsor of Mattapoisett recently returned from an extended trip to South Africa and here they are posing with a copy of The Wanderer in Table View, South Africa. In the background is the city of Cape Town and Table Mountain. (Photo courtesy of Dan and Lisa Winsor). 1/31/02 edition
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527 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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506 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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542 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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528 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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512 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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