Friday, September 24, 2004’s like that!

I think that the problem *may* have been, that there was a Stonehenge monument on the stage that was in danger of being *crushed* by a *dwarf*.
Rick and the boys were talking about the autumnal equinox and one thing led to another. There was talk of constructing some sort of big outdoor sundial sort of thing. Our development has lawn guys who come through once a week, so I said that if we erected this on a Friday and kept it up through Thursday (Lawn Guy Day) it would be sufficiently educational. Rick is thinking of something along the lines of a Stonehenge type thing. All my tired mind could comprehend was the phrase “two hundred feet.” This also involves a clear view of the horizon, so our back yard is out of the question. The park across from our old house would have been ideal. This leaves the family ‘farm’ in the U I guess it will be a project for next summer. (Couldn’t we just have some fun with an 18” Stonehenge?)

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