What once was the site of Florida’s most famous sinkhole is now home to a lake, Lake Rose to be exact named after Mae Rose Owens who lost her home to the sinkhole in 1981.
The sinkhole eventually grew to a width of 350 ft and a depth of close to 75ft. During its period of destruction, the sinkhole devoured Owen’s home, a car dealership and a few porches, parts of Denning Dr, and the town’s Olympic-sized pool.
At Retrolando, we produce our tees to emulate a vintage plastisol effect and will arrive with a distressed look. The print will further distress over the first wash or two to create an authentic, vintage appearance.
These tees are incredibly soft, lightweight, and 100% ring spun cotton.