Pass Christian, the birthplace of yachting in the south, has long been known as a resort style village where cool sea breezes mingle with the fragrant scents of Magnolias and Pine trees. Ancient moss-draped Live Oaks cast their shadows along scenic drive and afford rest and relaxation to the passing traveller. Pass Christian was struck by two of the strongest Hurricanes to ever hit the United States, Hurricane Camille in 1969 and Hurricane Katrina in 2005. We are much like the Ancient Oaks that have witnessed the history of this wonderful sea side village. We are still here, enjoying the view of the Mississippi Sound, the gentle breezes, enjoying a bowl of gumbo with friends, and sharing our history. View the history of Pass Christian at http://www.ci.pass-christian.ms.us/history.html
Picture on the left is a tree carving from an oak tree damaged in Hurricane Katrina. Marlin Miller put his talent to work after the storm by turning damaged trees into amazing works of art. Along the Gulf Coast you will find numerous sculptures such as this one in Pass Christian. View the Marlin Miller Gallery and the Katrina Sculptures at
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