I took the T/A down into Southern OH one day with a friend of mine to scout out a road that looked like it could be a lot of fun. The first 5 miles or so were awesome, and it was really showing potential. Passed through a small town and got back into the twisties and coming around a long right sweeper (not going too fast, since I couldn't see the exit) and there was a freaking horse and buggy coming the other way. Apparently ARK likes to take road trips up north in the summer. Anyways, that kind of ruined the prospect of that road, since every few hundred feet seemed to be littered with road apples.Even after they're gone, that corner'd still be dangerous. Imagine hitting a cow pie while on the lean!
Don't feel bad. I always guessed it was where you drew it since all the states line up there, then one day I googled it. I was surprised to find where it is and that it was drawn while we were still colonies - nothing at all to do with the WNA. Mark Knopfler (Dire Straits) did a song about Mason and Dixon a few years ago with James Taylor - "Sailing to Philadelphia."First i want to apologize to all my history teachers, then to the world in general, I humble myself with egg on my face, thanks Keen for straightening that out