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On a beautiful summer day at the end of June, ten members of the Chestnut Hill Meeting community met at our parking lot at 8:30 to undertake a trip of about 125 miles and 331 years. We took a look at our almost-finished brand new meetinghouse, and then drove in a rented van to Easton, MD. Our first destination was Third Haven Friends Meeting, the oldest Quaker meetinghouse in continuous in the country, built from 1682 to 1684. We were met by Candace Shattuck, clerk of the meeting, who gave us a most informative tour of this beautiful old white wooden building.