This Nike Ad was published in Rolingstone magazine in 1990.
The text reads: "A barren desert beside a blue river, and a tiny town called Biggs. Some things don't make sense in Southern Washington along the Columbia. And you fully realize that when you look across the water and up the desert hills You see Stonehenge...." It goes on to tell the Sam Hill story. leaving little question that some Stonehenger got the pictures wrong, and some Stoned Henger approved it for publication.
So the big question is! Is this a Stonehenge collectable because of the picture, or a Clonehenge example because the text is clearly all about the Maryhill WWI memorial in Washington a large scale Clonehenge ?