There is an aggregation of 18 huge boulders, some twice the height of man. They were discovered in the bushland on the north shore of Larder Lake, and replicate the dramatic visual impact of the Stonehenge formation on England’s stark Salsbury plain.
Their alignments match exactly with the rising and settings of the sun on the summer and winter solstices. Can their proximity to Mt. Cheminis, a huge volcanic plug, which was once a prehistoric native shrine, simply be a coincidence?