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Scott and Amy Turner
7125 W. Snoqualmie Valley Road
Carnation, Washington 98014
berries@bluedogfarm.com

Find your way to great blueberries

Be aware that if you are using GPS or other map, you will be directed to our house which is across the road to the west from the field. So far this year, we have no known detours that will be affecting us!

From Seattle/Redmond/Bellevue:

Get yourself to Redmond by taking either I90 east to I405 north to SR 520 east, or just take 520 east. At the east end of 520, you have a choice of "Avondale Road" or "Fall City and Sammamish." Take either. From Avondale Road, continue just over a mile north to Novelty Hill Road. Go east 4.7 miles on Novelty Hill Road. It winds down to West Snoqualmie Valley Road. Turn south (right) on W. Snoq. Vly. Go 3 miles south. Continue straight at big blue barn. (The main road curves left across the valley floor and becomes NE 80th St. DO NOT follow it left at this point. Go straight south, continuing on West Snoqualmie Valley Rd.) Continue 1 mile to big barn on left. That's ours. Turn left down into fields at sign just at south end of barn.

If you went towards Fall City/Sammamish from SR520: Go eastbound on SR202 towards Fall City. In about 6.5 miles, turn left onto Ames Lake Road. Go 3.7 miles. Turn left onto West Snoqualmie Valley Road. The farm is 1/2 mile on your right. Watch for signs for turn down into fields.

From Woodinville:

Go east on Woodinville-Duvall Road to West Snoqualmie Valley Road. Go south on W. Snoq. Vly. Rd. about 5 miles. At big blue barn, continue straight about 1 mile more. Follow signs down to left into field.

From Fall City:

Go westbound SR202 to Ames Lake Road, follow it to West Snoqualmie Valley Road. Left on W. Snoq. Vly. 1/2 mile to the farm.

From Carnation:

Take northbound SR 203 1 mile to Carnation Farm Road. Go about 3.2 miles to NE 80th St. Turn right and cross valley to West Snoqualmie Valley Rd. Turn left. Farm is in about 1 mile on left.

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