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Franklin (MA) Matters - Steve Sherlock EPISODE 559, 10th June 2021
FM #559 - Don Wilding talks Shipwrecks of Cape Cod - 06/01/21
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FM #559 - Don Wilding talks Shipwrecks of Cape Cod - 06/01/21

This session of the radio show shares my conversation with Franklin resident and author Don Wilding. We had our conversation outdoors, on the Town Common, albeit with some traffic and a gentle breeze. We were able to remove the sounds of the one truck that interfered. We had a pleasant talk about Don’s story, living in different parts of the Hockomock League area and now here in Franklin. 

It was exciting to be in person, my second time for a recording this year. We get into Don’s recent book: Shipwrecks of Cape Cod. He is out on a lecture circuit of sorts with a presentation on this book. 

The recording runs about 33 minutes, so let’s listen to my conversation with Don Wilding

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Don Wilding’s page -> https://www.dwcapecod.com/ 

the book "Shipwrecks of Cape Cod" -> https://www.dwcapecod.com/books-articles 

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/donwildingscapecod/ 

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