The seventh trip of the year would, again, take me to Wallace State Park which is one I had visited before on the MO Centennial Passport Challenge. Like the Long Branch trip, I had never camped at Wallace before and it turned out to be quite a great place! Nearing the peak of fall colors season, Wallace turned out to be the perfect place I had never camped at before! Trees were thick in the campground bathing you in fall colors everywhere you looked. Beautiful!
There's nothing quite like a fall campfire! Especially when your warmth depends on it!
The clean, cool chill of the crisp fall air! The sun dancing across the colorful fall foliage! I Love this season!
The clean, cool chill of the crisp fall air turns to cold, clear fall nights with temperatures in the 30°F range!
There's nothing quite like a good fall hike! Fall colors, cool, clean air, and peaceful serenity of the woods!
Span of 3 days; Approximately 12 hours and 29 minutes of cumulative driving; Approximately 700 miles; Approximately 50.55 gallons of gas used; Approximate average MPG 13.85 facing stiff winds; Approximately $131.70 spent on gas; Average fuel consumption rate 4.049 gallons per hour.