I remember the first time I crossed it.
An event that I didn’t really think about, but that's lived in my memory ever since: the Mason-Dixon. Mason & Dixon’s line is a funny thing. When it was surveyed in 1763, it was used to settle disputes between the British colonies. For us, it’s the difference between college and pro ball; the difference between sweet tea and tea; and the difference between those who will wear white after Labor Day and those who won’t. Pretty simply, it’s something Northerners don’t much think about and Southerners don't much cross.
|Details||Handmade from cedar boards|
|Pre-routed keyholes for hanging|
|Not meant for direct contact with weather; inside or covered outside areas only|
|Size||17.5" x 24"|
|Origin||Honest Made in NC.|
|Notes||Made on Demand, allow 3-4 weeks for delivery|