Valley Forge Deer

Valley Forge National Park is the historic site where General George Washington and his Army spent the Winter of 1777-1778.  Today the park is a monument to the 6 months of hardship, survival and training that prepared Washington’s troops for their future  Revolutionary battles.  The 3,500 acres has reconstructed living structures and period  battlefield artillery.

Deer roam free throughout the entire park and are quite accustomed to the many visitors.  On a visit to the park I spotted these 4 deer feeding near a reconstructed log cabin.  They seemed unfazed by me so I grabbed a few shots.

If you are ever near Valley Forge Pennsylvania, I highly recommend a visit to the park.


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