After a 2 hour drive northeast through PA, Sue arrived in Milford. For the last 30 miles or so she was following a pick-up truck, and passing through one town, she realized that the license plate of the pick-up was also Virginia. Looking a little closer, the plate frame identified the dealer as Ted Britt Ford, a dealership in Northern Virginia. How random that she would be following a truck in PA from the same area of Virginia!
The route ends in the town of Milford, where Beary Patches quilt shop is located. It was easy to spot, right along the main road as I entered the town. I was especially happy to get there in time to get their shop hop row - it is very pretty, and very different from a lot of the other row designs.
PA Row By Row Facebook page.
This shop has already had a winner bring in her completed quilt. It was a woman who lives in West Virginia but spends her summers with her daughter in Milford. On her trip north she had collected rows in West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania and New York and included them in her finished quilt. It is on display in the shop.