Trek Women
October 9, 2008

Foam fabulousness...

Foamhenge1 On our trip this weekend, I saw quite a few things. There was the natural stuff like critters, fall foliage and a place called Natural Bridge (a stone archway taller than Niagara Falls). And then, there was the decidedly unnatural -- Foamhenge!!!

Why go to England when you can see Stonehenge replicated in foam -- fab-u-lous! Only in America.



I have never heard of Foamhenge. Remarkable! Did it have an entrance fee? Could you walk right up to the structure? Touch it? Did you get any foam souveniers?

Posted by: Becky | Oct 10, 2008 9:39:46 PM

Surprisingly, there is no entrance fee to Foamhenge, you can walk right up to it. If you get close, you can see where idiots have treated the "rocks" like a truck stop bathroom door - carving out their "I heart yous" and BFF 4-evers. I've never understood that vandalism thing.

Sorry, I didn't buy you a commemorative key chain or shot glass for X-mas -- no souvenirs.

Posted by: Laura | Oct 14, 2008 9:40:47 AM

Hi there! I smiled when I read your bio about wanderlust. Isn't it a great affliction? :) Have you taken any of the Trek Tours?

Posted by: Jascia | Oct 30, 2008 5:19:58 PM

Hi Jascia,
It is a great affliction, isn't it? I wish I could indulge more than I do - but that whole paying rent thing gets in the way. :)

I haven't taken a Trek Tour, though my fellow blogger, Jen, is going on one soon. The guys and I tend to make up our own since there's no better way to get around a city than by bike. You can cover so much more ground that way.


Posted by: Laura | Oct 31, 2008 8:35:47 AM

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