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    Default Washington State Replica Stonehenge

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    Amazing the things that some people go to great expense and effort to create ( or copy ) .....
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    Not far from highway 14, good place to take a driving break and stroll around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wimc View Post
    Not far from highway 14, good place to take a driving break and stroll around.
    It certainly is. The Maryhill Art Museum is interesting in itself, and there are several Ghost Town not to far away on the Oregon side.
    Pacific Northwest Ghost Town Travel Blog: http://pnwphotoblog.com/ghost-towns/
    Ghost Town Map: http://ghosttownmap.com/

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    Even Maryhill itself is a quasi-ghost town. It started off as another pet project of Sam Hill to become a planned Quaker community. However, his plans never came through, and many of the buildings he constructed were lost to a fire. Today a small community remains, with the historic church still standing, a population of 58 according to the 2010 census, down from 98 a decade before.
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    I've never been to the museum but the house looks pretty cool. There are wineries in the area for oenophiles and just the view from the area is beautiful. Not really a destination place but worth a stop to stretch your legs and honor the WW1 veterans I believe.

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    The real Stonehenge was build for a Reason and in a special manner,we dont know,but the Replicas just build out of Stone as liked by the Constructer.In that Case i would fill the Walls with Bricks and in the middn a Bar.Carpark outside seems big enough anywhy :-)

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