Valley Forge National Historical Park

The park, located about 20 miles away from Philly, is an easy hike and you can circle most areas in just a couple of hours.  It’s a nice walk. I recently decided to get into hiking so here I am.  I suggest this location very much, especially for beginners like myself. Here are some views for you to get inspired.

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See the big bird there in the tree?

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Fall is starting; and I bet this place will be gorgeous in just a few weeks.

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I think this is a natural marble rock since it’s everywhere here.

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Now is about-time I started to get more into hunting, I think…

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Nice here; and the fall weather is, as always, perfect in Philly.

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There was a squirrel there, I swear!

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Oh, yeah, this is a historical site for the USA.  Lots of stuff like this here—good for kids and such.

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Told’ja it’s a nice hike.

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There is even a free small theater where they show a 20-minute movie about the history of the place.

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Quite nice.  Thanks be to my friend Andrey for inviting me to come.

Cheers

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