Saint Andrew LbNA # 37573 (ARCHIVED)
|Owner||Dogwood & Princess|
|Placed Date||Jan 13 2008|
|Found By||Otis' Friends|
|Last Found||Jan 3 2009|
On route 17 between two bridges, one named for a former Virginia Governor and another named for Suffolk's Commissioner of Revenue's father, there sits a church named for a saint crucified on a X. Park in the vistor's parking space. You will see two flag poles and the trail marker Of God and Country. Walk across the front parking lot you will see the bible garden (filled with plants mentioned in the bible) keep walking until you come to the Font of Rememberance. Turn left at the font and walk past a playground and shed until you arrive at Loch Kirk Chapel. This chapel is where the church holds their Easter morning sunrise service. Walk to the first row of pews and turn right. You will see a large tree behind the tree and under two cinder blocks your search will end. Stamp in and please re-hide.
There is a pre-school at the church so the best times to search are late afternoon and weekends while school is in session.