Fundraising is underway to move Stonehenge II, the roadside attraction on FM 1340, in Hunt, TX, ten miles east to a site at the Hill Country Arts Foundation in Ingram. J. Cox Construction will handle the move and re-assembly, which is estimated to cost about $50,000. Two fake Easter Island heads also will be moved. Stonehenge II was created by Doug Hill in 1994 for the late Al Sheppard. Sheppard’s nephew, also named Al Sheppard, is the ‘henge’s current owner is donating the sculpture and $18,000 Shepperd the elder collected from visitors’ donations to the foundation in his uncle’s memory.