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DIRECTIONS:

 

Directions from the north:

1.) Take Route 13 south into Virginia

2.) Go to Exmore; the next town is Nassawadox

3.) In Nassawadox turn right on Rogers at the Valero Station

4.) This will be the turn turn off the highway to the county hospital; there is a large blue sign about 1 mile ahead of the turn announcing the hospital turn.

5.) Follow Rogers back about 1 mile to Bayside Road.

6.) At the stop sign, turn left on Bayside Road.

7/) On your left you will see "Franktown Road" and opposite it you will see "Wellington Neck Road."

8.) We are the first house on the right after this intersection.

9.) Look for a small white sign that says 7518 HILLCREST.

10.) There are two houses, a shingle bungalow, and a brick house. Take the driveway between them back to the gate and the barn/arena. Please keep your vehicle on the righthand side of the pasture in front of the barn.

11.) When you go through the gate, be sure to close and lock it right away, as you are now in a horse enclosure.

 

Directions from the south:

1.) Take Route 13 north onto Virginia's Eastern Shore.

2.) Go past Eastville and Machipongo; the next town is Nassawadox.

3.) In Nassawadox, turn left at the traffic light on Rogers at the Valero Station.

4.) This will be the turn off the highway to the county hospital; there is a large blue sign about 1 mile ahead of the turn announcing the hospital turn.

5.) Follow Rogers back about 1 mile to Bayside Road.

6.) At the stop sign, turn left on Bayside Road.

7.) We are on the right in Franktown about 1 mile south.

8.) On your left you will see "Franktown Road" and opposite it you will see "Wellington Neck Road."

9.) We are the first house on the right after this intersection.

10.) There are two houses, a shingle bungalow, and a brick house. Take the driveway between them back to the gate and the barn/arena.

11.) When you go through the gate, be sure to close and lock it right away, as you are now in the horse enclosure. Please keep your vehicle on the righthand side of the pasture in front of the barn.