On our way home Sunday, we stopped at Valley Forge.
A replica hut--simulating what the soldiers built in which to pass the winter.
Apparently, the whole valley was wooded before Washington's troops settled there. The 4,000 men, their livestock, etc., caused a large area to be cleared. It is still surrounded by woodlands, though.
The memorial arch
The original house rented by Washington for the use of himself, his wife, and his closest aides.