South of the Border, SC, off of I-95. We stopped in South Carolina at the NC/SC border. This roadside retail store/complex, famous for the many billboards leading to it, was a childhood stop place for me in the 1970s. Much before then it was started in SC, when NC had liquor prohibition laws. The proprietor, a relatively liberal Jew in a conservative area, had two Mexican workers, one actually named Pedro (name of the statue in the pic). Despite what seems to be political incorrectness from today's POV, the owner hired a lot of minority workers. He even stared down the KKK with a shotgun when they showed up to harass the minority's.