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访问瓦利福奇

Porsche - Officers' quarters - Enlisted hut

保时捷 - 军官宿舍 - 入伍小屋

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发布日期: 2010-07-09
Porsche | 保时捷
保时捷 访问瓦利福奇
论道之旅2010年,接受CNET记者丹尼尔特迪曼是道路测试了2010年的保时捷Panamera南在这里,Panamera的是出现在福吉谷国家公园入口标志的前面。
On Road Trip 2010, CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman is road-testing a 2010 Porsche Panamera S. Here, the Panamera is seen in front of the Valley Forge National Park entrance sign.
Officers' quarters | 军官宿舍
军官宿舍 访问瓦利福奇
虽然有多达12名士兵在一个日志小屋居住,人员有更舒服一点。这是一个人员代表出席瓦利福奇宿舍。
While as many as 12 enlisted men lived in one log hut, officers had it a bit more comfy. This is a representation of officers quarters at Valley Forge.
Enlisted hut | 入伍小屋
入伍小屋 访问瓦利福奇
这是一个代表性的士兵的小屋。虽然这似乎是一个只有8人有婴儿床,他们有时住12至1小屋。
This is a representation of an enlisted men's hut. Although this one appears to have cots for just eight men, they lived sometimes 12 to a hut.
Field bake oven | 烤箱烤场
烤箱烤场 访问瓦利福奇
一旦军队抵达山谷热,现在是时候开始建立这样的一个营地烤炉,一个是,在1777年使用的代表性。该烤炉是手工制作的面包师的监督。 

他说:“微波炉的核心是一个便携式铁片的货车司机运到站点设置”,根据国家公园服务。 “工人进行组装,放在烤箱上一个土冢它。但在土冢都绝缘烤箱和放置在一个适当的工作的高度了。” 

一个烤炉去了,他们将全天24小时,让面包师可以使数千英镑的面包,每天使用。平均而言,国家公园管理局说,士兵们食用面包使用八四○○○磅1天的面粉。
Once the army arrived at Valley Forge, it was time to start building camp ovens, like this one, a representation of what was used in 1777. The crafting of the baking ovens was overseen by bakers.

"The heart of the oven was a set of portable iron plates which teamsters transported to the site," according to the National Park Service. "Workers then assembled the oven and placed it onto an earthen mound. The dirt mound both insulated the oven and placed it at a proper working height."

One the ovens got going, they would be used around the clock so that the bakers could make thousands of pounds of bread a day. On average, the National Park Service says, the soldiers consumed bread using 84,000 pounds a day of flour.
Guard huts | 卫队木屋
卫队木屋 访问瓦利福奇
华盛顿的私人卫队了他的宿舍旁边的小屋。华盛顿要求他的后卫将只占自然出生的美国人,以确保他们的忠诚,这场战争的原因。 

他们住在一个山坡上,刚刚在华盛顿附近的宿舍。
Washington's personal guard had huts next to his quarters. Washington demanded that his guard be comprised only of natural-born Americans, to ensure their loyalty to the war cause.

They lived on a hillside, just adjacent to Washington's quarters.