Not this year, but I have done so in the past! ...and that is because there is a replica of Stonehenge along the Columbia River in Washington State, just 200 miles (322 km) from where I now live...have you ever heard the expletive "What in the Sam Hill"....?
Because our Stonehenge was built by Sam Hill, a local railroad magnate, as a memorial to WWI veterans. Prolly the slit of sunrise does not line up properly, though, since it was not known until 1960's (I think) that the Salisbury Plain Stonehenge was an observatory... anyway it is very impressive; here is a photo, Mt. Hood in the background. Also the mansion Sam Hill built on a bluff over the Columbia River, called Maryhill (and a town by that name is still there). Maryhill includes the name of Queen Marie of Romania, with whom he apparently hobnobbed and she even came for a visit once!
However Sam had so many irons in the fire that he never got around to actually moving into Maryhill mansion, finally donated it to the State of Washington for a museum - where it still houses, among other treasures, a fine Rodin collection.
So y'all come on to Washington, and we will visit this wonderful other Stonehenge, and Sam Hill's mansion also!