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This morning Tom drove us out to Valley Forge National Park, the site of the 1777-1778 winter encampment of the American army during the war of independence. In December 1777 George Washington selected the Valley Forge area as a suitable site for the army to regroup and retrain after losing the city of Philadelphia to the British. Within a month, the 12000 soldiers had built a village of 2000 log cabins to shelter in over the winter months. The gaps between the logs were ...
After leaving the unsanitary, crowded city of New York, I ventured to Philadelphia to see if it was any better here. The sanitary level here were still a bit low, but at least they were manageable. I was having a great time travelling here until I ran into the mafia. I ...
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... sure that it has no small removable parts that your baby could choke on.
Bumper pads are a great concept but unless they are secured properly, there is a chance of your baby slipping between the mattress and the bumpers and maybe suffocating. If you use them they should be anchored in at least eight places one at each corner of the crib and at least two spaced evenly on each of the sides. There should be a total of sixteen ties in all, for the top and bottom.
... no alarms and if you weren’t on their mobile system, you didn’t receive their text message about the lockdown! I am lucky to be alive!! Haha!! For two hours we were locked in the dorm building with nowhere to go...it was just fabulous!
All in all though, it was a good start to camp and the impending arrival of campers was upon us…it was all finally beginning!
Hope you all have some understanding now of what I am actually doing here.