OK, this one’s just for fun. Sitting on the western edge of the Sandhills, near the town of Alliance, Nebraska is Carhenge. Admittedly, Carhenge is not the typical fare that I usually promote on this blog. It will not entice you with scenery, there are no natural features to contemplate, but it will impress nonetheless. I guarantee it. I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves, and you can arrive at your own interpretation of the permanent art installation, but you tell me: How DO you stack cars on one another? It’s an enduring mystery of the druids . . .
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