Pictures from the Road

     
OCT 15
Delta cotton, ready to pick


Cypress slough in downtown Indianola



Warning indicator creates a sound
runners dread hearing
OCT 12  
OCT 9
Ross Barnett Reservoir

Great White Heron Fishing for Breakfast

High Alert

Water Tank at Dusk

Trace Wild Flowers
OCT 8
The Trace in the Rain
 
OCT 7
Indeed, It's a Dismal Swamp

River Bend

Can't Resist Black-eyed Susans
OCT 6
State-ly Magnolia

Trace Oasis

Red Dog Road
OCT 5
Now.. How far did you say you were runnin'?

Mechanical Chicken Lays an Egg
OCT 4
Old Trace

(Editor's Note: Compare what Kenneth travels on to the Old Trace featured to the Left)
OCT 2
Berea Baptist Church and Cemetery


Hand-chiseled headstone. It contains a thin cross and the single word, 'Mother'


Beaver Dam in Cypress Swamp

Making sorghum molasses at French Camp


Leaning headstone. Mr. Cole was born nearly 200 years ago.



Late Zinnia's


Colorful Visitor at French Camp
OCT 1
A roadside field of Black-eyed Susans
 
SEPT 30
Deer in the Distance

Running partners drive 2 hours to run. From left, Ronnie Pittman, Kenneth, Ken Williams, Stuart Green.
SEPT 29
This ole warrior has kept watch over the Trace for eons. Maybe it saw the Kintucks as they slogged down the Old Trace. Perhaps a Choctaw spared it from becoming a bow


Light at the end of the tunnel

So Much Grass, So Little Time
SEPT 28
Sharing the road with cyclists
SEPT 27
First flock of Wild Turkeys


One of the Byrum Indian Mounds.
Constructed about 2,000 years ago. http://www.cr.nps.gov/nr/travel/mounds/Byn.htm
SEPT 25






Native American Michael Toinceta, shown here at the Witchdance sign, is one of the people responsible for making the Trace such a scenic and beautiful place. Michael is Cherokee and from the city in NC that bears the same name.


Monroe Mission Station


Hernando Desoto
SEPT 24
Natchez Trace Parkway
 
SEPT 23
Natchez Trace Tupelo Visitor's Center
 


 
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