Wednesday. April 26. Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park, Manchester, TN. 3 miles. Moderate with uneven difficult footing in places. We will hike the Old Stone Fort Trail and possibly the somewhat steeper Backbone trail. The Old Stone Fort is a 2,000-year-old American Indian ceremonial site. The two forks of the Duck River cut into the edge of the Highland Rim Plateau at the site of the Old Stone Fort. On the hike, we will see waterfalls, cascades and rock bluffs bordering the Duck River. You will need hiking poles, hiking shoes, desired snacks and water. Lunch after the hike at The Mercantile Café on Irwin Street. Those carpooling, meet at 8:30 a.m. at the Kroger, Glenbrook Shopping Center, 1010 Glenbrook Way, Hendersonville. If meeting at the trailhead by the museum at 10:00 a.m. please contact Ron Jenkins at email@example.com or Judy Jenkins at firstname.lastname@example.org or 615-403-0002 for more information.