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It’s hard to believe that it’s been almost six years since my last venture north to Salem New Hampshire. In a little New England in southern New Hampshire,just an hour or so away from the more well known Salem MA, is the home of America’s Stonehenge. They have the site dated as being about 4000 years old and they frankly have no clue who build the structures, which include a set of both solar and lunar markers, tunnel like homes, and a sacrificial table. Maybe it was the native people, maybe it was lost druids. The vote is still out. Either way it’s a great day trip for those of you in New England, especially with all these pretty fall leaves around. It the majestic forest and archeological artifacts don’t woo you the alpacas that they have the visitor center might just be the icing on the cake. If you make it out let me know what you thought. I hope to make it back before another six years passes over the stones. Until then here are some shots of a summer adventure there with Jess and Greg.