Chirp goes the Chapel
30 miles southwest of Philly lies a community that courts horses, wine, and history on a daily basis. That place is Chadds Ford Township in Pennsylvania's Delaware County, the site of the Battle of Brandywine and a well-to-do, semi-rural society.
In a pocket of woods nestled between a couple of the township's many stone houses is a teeny chapel. That chapel, though built in 1995, alludes to a much earlier era--perhaps an era as early as Jamestown's.
Observe this hatchling of architecture: