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The troop went on a trip to Jockey Hollow, which was the winter camp of Washington's Army during the American Revolution.  The troop, after setting up camp at the site, went on the hike to the visitor's center, where information could be obtained about the historical site.  The troop also visited a replica of a winter cabin, similar to the ones that the soldiers inhabited.

Below are some pictures taken and provided by the camera-quick Mr. White.

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