Standing Stone State Forest, Hilham, TN.
May 12, 2021 @ 7:30 am – 3:00 pm
Join us on a 5 mile wildflower hike around the Lake. The park takes its name from a 12 foot tall rock standing upright on a sandstone ledge, which was supposedly used as a boundary line between two Indian nations. When the rock fell, the Indians placed a portion of it upon an improvised monument to preserve it. The stone is still preserved in Monterey. Depart 7:30 am CT from Cracker Barrel. Pack water, snacks and lunch (option: eat late lunch in Cookeville). Carpool cost is $6.
Deb – txt 931-267-2243