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From the Airport

Leave the airport following the signs for Pittsburgh. This will put you on State Route 60 South. Stay on that for about 10 miles. Take the exit where you see a sign saying "new ramp for Interstate 79 North." Continue driving on I-79 for about 15 miles until I-279 merges into I-79. About 3 miles after the merge, take the exit marked "Warrendale." (This exit only allows motorists to get off heading north and get on heading south.)

At the end of the exit ramp, turn right. You are on the Red Belt, a series of two-lane, state roads marked every ¼ mile by a white sign with a red circle. The Red Belt makes a lot of turns as it leaves one road and picks up another, but it is very well marked. The Sun and Cricket is on the Red Belt about 13 miles from the interstate. Here are some landmarks along the way:

One mile after exiting I-79, you’ll cross over a major four-lane highway (Rt. 19) with a traffic light. Cross over the highway and proceed into the little crossroads of Warrendale. At the stop sign in Warrendale, go straight. A couple miles outside of Warrendale, the road comes to another four-way stop. You’ll turn left, again following the Red Belt signs.

You’ll pass by Treesdale, a golf course and large development. After Treesdale, you’ll come to a T. You’ll turn left and after a half mile, you’ll bear to the right at a Citgo station.

You’ll pass the Pines Tavern, a Catholic cemetery with a large Jesus, abandoned greenhouses and an elementary school.

You’ll then hit a section of very windy road (as if the road hasn’t been windy enough up to now) and come into the crossroads of Bakerstown. At the stop sign in Bakerstown, go straight, staying on the Red Belt, and drive two miles until you come to another stop sign. There will be a tire company on your right.

Go through the stop sign and drive EXACTLY A HALF MILE, no further. We are on the right hand side, but you can not see us from the road. We have a large wooden sign that says "Sun and Cricket Farm." Turn right and go up the driveway.