NEIGHBORHOOD STONEHENGE March 14, 2015February 24, 2015 ~ Jnana Hodson It’s sited on the wrong side of the house to record either the solstices or the equinoxes, but it’s a whimsical reminder all the same. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related Published by Jnana Hodson In downsizing to a remote fishing village in Downeast Maine, this eclectic writer feels everything's coming together. View all posts by Jnana Hodson
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In the matter of candor, I should point out this picture was taken last year and then scheduled for the normal progression of the seasons. At the moment, however, the stones are still buried in snow. As is so much of the promise of spring. Just seeing the ground in this shot and then looking out the window and viewing all the white, well, is reminder of our universal weariness. We’d love to have some of this sitting high in the Cascade Mountains instead, where the essential precipitation has been lacking.
And of course the question is…how on earth did they move those stones there?
The originals, I presume — a true mystery, especially since similar sites existed all over Britain.
I think the ones in my neighborhood were placed by little green men flying little UFOs like helicopters just before dawn.
Exactly what I was thinking…