Fords Unlimited Past Events / Fall Color Tour 2012

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Fall Color Tour photos

As we headed down Old Highway 21, the fall foliage was beautiful. Our first stop was to view one of the few covered bridges still left in Missouri, the Sandy Creek Bridge.

This unique landmark is now part of the parks system and was built in 1886, after an earlier bridge was destroyed in a flood. We then headed to Sts. Genevieve County to Hawn State Park.

This 5,000 acre park is outstanding and is considered one of the best nature parks in the state. Once at our reserved pavilion, the generators were started, the pit was fired up and all the side dishes were warmed.

As usual, we do the "food thing” very well as there was plenty to feast on. After a late lunch, some of our energetic members, headed to the Pickle Creek Trail to walk off our meal. The trail was somewhat challenging in spots but the scenery was nothing short of outstanding.

The rain stayed away until we headed home and the day finished on a great note.

We thank the Biermann family for setting up the tour, doing the shopping and guiding our crew without getting lost, mostly.

The event was so popular, we already have requests to visit this area again on next year’s tour.

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