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Oct 1, 2014 - Valley Forge, PA

about 2 miles from our hotel is Valley Forge, so after we did some shopping at The King of Prussia Mall - largest on the east coast, visited Valley Forge National Park. It was a lot larger than we expected. The park encompasses over 3,500 acres. Valley Forge in Pennsylvania was the site of the military camp of the American Continental Army over the winter of 1777–1778 during the American Revolutionary War. With winter almost setting in, and with the prospects for campaigning greatly diminishing, General George Washington sought quarters...

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Sep 28, 2014 - Valley Forge Historical Park

Today we decided to tour the Valley Forge Historical Park. We went through the visitor center, watched a movie and the took the walking tour up to the camp. Along the way the Park Ranger told us stories of what it would of been like back then. There was no war on this site just winter encampment. On December 19, 1777, when Washington's army marched into camp at Valley Forge, tired, cold, and ill-equipped, it was lacking in much of the training essential for consistent success on the battlefield. George Washington chose to make the winter...

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Jul 3, 2008 - Brian and Holly

On our final days in the Boyertown area we wanted to see Brian and Holly one more time. They work all kinds of hours so we managed to find a time we could all go out to dinner at the Cheesecake Factory in King of Prussia. We had a wonderful meal and good conversation while the lovebirds entertained us.

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