There is a raffle every hour of donations from our vendors to benefit the Equine Stewardship Center, NWESC. This non profit horse rescue and rehabilitation center also offers classes in equine care. Fancy Fronds has been using horse manure for garden beds and as a potting additive for over thirty years. Bring a bucket or bag and you can take away some of this "horsey goodness"!
Directions to the Fronderosa
Google Map To Fancy Fronds
Option 1: I-5 to HWY 2 East.
Take exit 194 off I-5 in Everett. Take HWY 2 East approximately 30 miles towards Gold Bar.
Option 2: From I-405 take exit 23, to 522. Take 522 east to Monroe.
We recommend that you try to arrive at the junction of I-405 and I-5 before 3:00pm.
If traffic is good, this is the fastest route from Seattle.
Go east towards Stevens Pass on Hwy 2. At the east end of Gold Bar, just past the Mt. View Diner on the right side of the road is a large electronic highway sign proclaiming various messages about the hazards or conditons on Stevens Pass. Just beyond this sign is Dorman Road.
Turn right onto Dorman Road, cross the RR tracks and continue to the end of the farmer's field where Dorman turns abruptly to the left. The second private road on the right (between two fenced fields) is marked by the intersection of 408th Ave. SE and 172nd St. SE. Turn right on 408th Ave. SE onto a gravel road marked Private Drive. 408 turns into 172 as it turns abruptly left. Continue down the gravel road to the nursery.
Using the google map link above, you can see these routes more quickly.
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