The Northern Neck -- a decidedly unromantic name for a place so rich in natural beauty and small-town charm -- is the northernmost of three peninsulas jutting into the Chesapeake Bay in Virginia, with the Potomac River as the northern border and the Rappahannock to the south. It's a playground for the affluent and the working man alike; large sailboats sit side-by-side with little john boats, and fish don't discriminate against worms purchased from Bass Pro Shop or those dug up in the front yard.
|(c) Thrifty Gypsy|
|Us on Prentice Creek|
(c) Heidi Dalton
Have you ever been to Kilmarnock or the Northern Neck?
|Dixie enjoys the "salt pup" life in Kilmarnock.|
(c) Thrifty Gypsy
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