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Stonehenge in the Hills

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FM 1340
Ingram, TX


This began as a limestone slab given to one Al Sheppard by one neighbor, Doug Hill. It was meant to be part of a back patio. Al Sheppard stuck it into the ground like a monolith. Then it grew, into this plaster-graphite-metal-steel Stonehenge, which looks pretty much like Stonehenge, only it rings if you hit it. It’s 90% as wide as the original, if a little more than half as tall. He added two 13-foot tall Easter Island heads later.

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