Tim Hansford from Texas rode the Trace
while in Mississippi visiting his parents .
He took time to take a series of pictures along the way and was kind enough to
share them with us. His pictures illustrate what you would see on a typical July
ride, when everything is at its greenest. See his July 2005 album.
Longleaf Trace Founders Honored
Longleaf Trace Coloring
Book Contest Winners Recognized
Katrina damage on August 29th 2005 was major, but the entire
was fully reopened by November 19th. Check the story of the cleanup.
Gateway Southern Miss parking lot sometimes taken over by
monsters (only during USM home games), use the old West
Lumber parking lot just to the west of the Gateway lot
The Trace Travelers Bike Club is featured on the American Trails web site
A warm-up area
has been constructed at Jackson Station
Be sure to see the railroad bell on display at the Gateway
June 18th, 2005 Hattiesburg American's article on Gladys' Garden.
Epley Station on a beautiful Spring day
More pictures thanks to Carolyn Raney
Pine Belt Pacer Tony Mozingo presented Longleaf Trace Trail Manager
Herlon Pierce with a $700 check on 2/7/05. The check was the result
of money raised from the Steam Whistle 12K, held New Year's Day
on the Trace, which Tony directed.
See a full report and pictures of the event.
Donation Box installed at Gateway Southern Miss
Barbara Sue and Russ Williams from northern Illinois are spending
some of the Winter in their RV at Paul B. Johnson State Park.
They do volunteer work as hosts at the park.
Sumrall holds their 2004 Christmas Festival on Main Street adjacent to the Trace
A U.S. flag was donated by Moore's Bike Shop, and is
mounted over their mile marker, milepost 10.
Picture based on a photo taken at the Carson Station,
submitted by Kathleen Crimm of Bassfield
Here are some pictures submitted by Robbie Roberson
Here are some pictures submitted by Butch Asher