Milk The Stone
I seem to end up here every once in a while. Not totally sure why but I don't mind. This version of Stonehenge is located outside of The Dalles in the phenomenal Columbia River Gorge. It was commissioned by businessman Samuel Hill and got dedicated on July 4, 1918 as the first US memorial to those that died in World War I (the was was on-going when this happened for all you history buffs). Samuel Hill himself was a Quaker and heard that the original Stonehenge was a sacrificial site thus he constructed this replica as a reminder that humanity was still being sacrificed to the god of war. The main altar was built to be in alignment with the sun on the summer solstice (for all you new age buffs). The memorial itself was completed in 1929 and is part of the Maryhill Museum nowadays.