Did you know there's a huge replica of Stonehenge appropriately named Stonehenge II located about 100 miles outside of Austin, Texas?!?! Well, there is — and here's everything we learned about it.
This plaque was all we saw when we got to where we thought Stonehenge II was.
The plaque says: "Stonehenge II. The original, located on the Salisbury Plain in England, was built over 3500 years ago. Its purpose is unknown and perhaps unknowable."
Luckily, some nice Texans stopped and told us Stonehenge had been moved from this field to Ingram, Texas, (7 miles down the road) because the owner was selling his property.
So, we went to Ingram and here's what we saw.
This is Stonehenge II:
And here's how it was built:
In 1989, Doug Hill tipped a massive piece of limestone rock he had left over building himself a patio onto his neighbor’s Al Shepperd’s field.