1. Punggol Tree**
Starting the post with the most popular spot; the Punggol Tree! We were there at about 4pm on a Saturday and it was relatively quiet. You can bring your pup for a nice stroll before/after snapping pictures with the tree as it is located along Punggol Waterway!
**We’re sad to say that this beautiful tree was struck by lightning a few months back and was officially removed on the 16th of Dec ,2015 as it was falling apart.
We went to our third dog hash on Saturday! It was located at Jalan Lam Sam, some forested area around Choa Chu Kang. Mom said she’ve seen pictures of previous hashes at Jalan Lam Sam so we were really hopeful on getting down and dirty. Unfortunately, the hash was really dry and we spent nearly 3/4 of the hash on the path.
Like every dog hash post, we’ll let the pictures do the talking!
After our first Dog Hash last month, it was decided that we will be attending monthly dog hashes if possible! This round, we were joined by Toby and Russell. The run site for this month was in the forest located near Chinese Cemetery Path 4.
Before we started, there was be a short “brief” and to check who the newcomers aka virgins are. Just a heads up, it’s going to be a very long post with a ton of pictures.
Last Sunday, a group of us decided to take a walk and explore Green Corridor. This was our second time at Green Corridor but the first time walking this route with our friends! Our first time there was some time the beginning of last year so you can say it’s been a year since we were last there.
We decided to partake in FitDog Friday by sharing pictures on how we keep fit!
We Chase Each Other
We saw that our friend, Benji, has been heading to this pretty place called Venus Drive and we had to check it out for ourselves especially if it involves running around!
It’s a trail walk that leads to the HSBC treetop walk. Unfortunately, dogs aren’t allowed on the treetop walk so we just had to make do with where we were allowed.
The trail is right in front of the parking lot so that’s a major plus as we have the tendency to get lost.