GULFPORT, Mississippi — Riding the passenger ferry to West Ship Island, 10 miles offshore, I had a strong feeling of moving not just through space, but through time. We were leaving behind the glitz and kitsch, the casinos and busy beaches and traffic of the mainland, for a quieter and more natural side of Mississippi’s Gulf Coast.West Ship Island is part of Gulf Islands National Seashore, a National Park Service site spread across 170 miles of Mississippi and Florida coastline. The park, […]

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