Sunday, September 12, 2004


My wife and I had ourselves a little getaway this weekend, as she will be starting school again soon, followed shortly thereafter by the birth of our son/daughter/other. In other words, it was basically our last chance to do this (easily).

As we were driving around rural Virginia, we saw this:

I thought, "No, it couldn't be." But it was, indeed, a full-scale replica of Stonehenge, only made out of foam. Hilarious.


  1. One wonders what bizarre ceremonies the foam druids carried out on dark rainy nights on this windswept hill...

    Now I really have a reason to come visit! :-)

  2. Where in VA? Congrats on the child BTW.

  3. Not far from Lexington, near Natural Bridge. Googling gets you all the details.

    And thanks.

  4. Why in the hell would you make a copy of Stonehenge completely of foam here in the US?

  5. I think the question is, why *wouldn't* you? :)

  6. I hope you get a chance to see this attraction again!

    Mark Cline

    I am thinking about adding Easter Island heads.

  7. Fantastic. I hope you put it in a slightly different location so I can get some good photos. :)