The Hon. James L. Oberstar makes his …

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presence felt again in Duluth. The ‘boat’ was pulled to the dock behind the DECC for her re-christening on Tuesday, May 23, 2011

Comments

  1. Generose Scheidt says:

    I have been a fan of yours for many years. I so appreciate your coverage of the port of Duluth. If it wasn’t for this website I wouldn’t have been able to attend the christening. Thanks again for all your endeavors in the field of photography. I’m sure it is greatly satisfying.
    Gen from Pennsylvania (native Duluthian)

  2. Jeff B. Haertlein says:

    Wow! That was neat. I couldn’t watch that video enough yesterday, on my day off from work! Incredible, and watching it on 720p and my 24″ monitor made it all the better; plus running the sound through my stereo system! I wish you could send me a DVD of that or maybe with even more coverage. Thanks for your hard work, you make my times away from Duluth more palatible! Even more so, as I don’t think we will be able to spend our usual week there this year, because of other obligations. Looking forward to more coverage on the Oberstar! Jeff from North Freedom, WI.

  3. Paul from St. Paul says:

    GREAT video Ken!!! Thank you very much!!!

  4. Amazing. Again, port operations that we would not see, if not for you.
    Thanks again, and keep them coming.

    Paul
    Texas

  5. Rita Carleski says:

    WOW!!! Ken love that video!!! Neat to have the Paul R. in there too. It gives me chills just watching it. Best ever! Did she have a christening pennent? I couldn’t see one.

    Rita from Zeeland

  6. Jill from Alabama says:

    Wonderful, Ken! Love those boat salutes. Just can’t wait to get back up there to see and hear it all again. Enjoy the party and bring us lots of pictures!

  7. very cool video!
    thanks, ken.

  8. she appears to be all “dressed up” for the occasion. lots of ribbons and bows.

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