Crater Lake Line Map Flour Sack Towel

Did you know Crater Lake formed when a 12,000-foot-tall volcano, Mount Mazama, erupted and collapsed some 7,700 years ago? The volcanic basin, or caldera, eventually filled with water and became the lake that we know today.

McGovern's flour sack towel is not only a beautiful gift but a practical and stylish addition to your home. Add these to your kitchen and bathrooms as the perfect dish and hand towel.

  • Highly absorbent
  • Soft to the touch
  • Lint-free
  • Large size (20.5 x 28 inches)
  • 100% Cotton

NOTE: Maps are not intended for compass orientation.

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