An ice Stonehenge, or as five friends from Lake Mills, Wisconsin call it, the “Rock Lake Icehenge” is quite a sight to see as you’re driving down Lake Shore Drive along Rock Lake.
Drew McHenry, Kevin Lehner, Quinn Williams, Alec Niedringhaus and Patrick Shields constructed the massive display by cutting out sections of the lake’s ice as the pillars, weighing about 300 pounds each, with a large ice cutting saw. Then they cut sections of the ice weighing around 200 pounds and lifted them on top of the pillars. A mix of snow and water was used as mortar to keep the pieces together. With almost perfect weather, the five were able to put it all together in just two weekends!