From the bloggers at Gypsy Journal RV.
Rising eerily out of the prairie along U.S. Highway 385 a few miles north of Alliance, Neb., a cluster of gray forms, arranged haphazardly, draws the eye. “What is that?’ you ask yourself. Then, as you draw closer, you realize that what you are seeing are the hulks of old automobiles. But this is no ordinary roadside junkyard, and you have to pull over to investigate. You have stumbled upon an iconic piece of American folk art named Carhenge.
Modeled after Stonehenge, the prehistoric English monument, Carhenge is the brainchild of Jim Reinders, who erected the monument on the family farm to honor his father’s memory. Reinders had visited Stonehenge as a young man and remained impressed with it all of his life.
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