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Again, it's a Roadside Attraction in somebody's yard, but that shouldn't stop you from checking it out on a roadtrip passing through. I parked at the end of the driveway, but then noticed there was a little round about with a parking sign, so I...More
Definitely more interesting than my yard, and probably yours too. As one of only about a dozen 'henges around the country, (some stone, some constructed of other materials,) it's a must-see for any lovers of quirky attractions who come to or pass through the area....More
This was another odd stop on our "Gypsy Vacation", a trip that we just bounced from place to place with no real plan.
You literally pull into this persons driveway and get out. The rocks are in their yard. It's so weird, yet really neat....More
OK, it’s in a private backyard but you can actually drive up in the driveway to see it. Sure, you can get out to take a look at this scaled down replica of Stonehenge and take a few pictures. Let’s face it. Nobody expected to...More
Smaller than the original but a proportional replica in the proper orientation.
Hard to imagine any homeowner putting something like this in their yard, but there it is. You can park in the home's driveway.
If Chester is around then you will enjoy chatting him...More
This is off the beaten path, but we went to check it out. The guy who owns the house next to it has lots of property and has different stone scenes around different areas. Stonehenge is right next to his house and looks a lot...More