Stonehenge Has to Reset the Stone Pillars

The day the Stonhenge Organization dreads, twice a year. The resetting of the time measure, moving the stones ahead so the time is accurate. This has been going on for over a hundred years, originally horses and buggies, then motorized vehicles.

Slim Beauchamp, head of the SO commented that they often spend the weekend of the time change, finishing Sunday evening. “This is a job we knew we’d be taking on as club members. We also have an unrestrained access to the rock formation, sometimes having weiner roasts in the middle on a campfire made with 1000 year old wood. A special aroma. The feeling is hard to describe.”

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