Tall Ships spied in the mouth of the Fox

Thursday afternoon, Aug. 12, from the upper floors of the David A. Cofrin Library, visible through a haze of humidity one could see a handful of vintage sailing vessels making their way through the mouth of the Fox River. The Tall Ships were headed toward the Port of Green Bay, one of the destinations along a tour through the Great Lakes.

Information about the Baylake Bank Tall Ship Festival 2010 is available at http://www.tallshipgreenbay.com/ships

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View of Tall Ships entering the Fox River from the Cofrin Library - Aug. 12, 2010View of Tall Ships entering the Fox River from the Cofrin Library - Aug. 12, 2010View of Tall Ships entering the Fox River from the Cofrin Library - Aug. 12, 2010View of Tall Ships entering the Fox River from the Cofrin Library - Aug. 12, 2010View of Tall Ships entering the Fox River from the Cofrin Library - Aug. 12, 2010View of Tall Ships entering the Fox River from the Cofrin Library - Aug. 12, 2010View of the Leo Frigo Memorial Bridge from the Cofrin Library - Aug. 12, 2010View of Tall Ships entering the Fox River from the Cofrin Library - Aug. 12, 2010View of Tall Ships entering the Fox River from the Cofrin Library - Aug. 12, 2010

Photos by Kimberly Vlies,
Office of Marketing and University Communication

Kimberly Vlies

Kimberly began working with web and graphic design in 2004 and joined the Office of Marketing and University Communication (M/UC) in October 2007.

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