It was an impromptu decision between ChongYF and yours truly to stage another trail running at Apek Hill (or Apeh Hill) on Chap Goh Mei, the 15th day of this Chinese New Year on 6 February 2012. Many of the trail runners were not able to come due to the short notice. We actually have three hoi kung (start work) CNY trail running within a short span of entering the Year of the Dragon.
While reading my third outings at Bukit Kiara click here, my primary classmate, Emmy Coble who is residing in Melbourne, already commented that I am really hard working.
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Lady Su, KC Leong, George Siew and Chong YF
Quite coincidently, it was raining the day before -- for both the trail running events; but when we went up Apek Hill, other than the pleasant weather, the ground was dry that showed no sign of rain the previous days.
Lady Su came with her two doggies – they are the most happy ones running around excitedly accompanying their owner having undivided attention in guarding her. The doggies were running with us; at times, after overtaking us, they would stopped right in front of our path and looked at us. Of course, we would have to be alert not to step on them.
Station 6 and also the water station for the doggies. Theese playful yet obedient doggies were running with us; at times, after overtaking us, they would stop right in front of our path and look at us. Of course, we would have to be alert not to step on them.
We took almost three hours for the round trip run with stop-over at the various stations built by the locals who would spend time in the shady hills in respite of the hot afternoon. We ended the run by having a nice, fresh and fragrant-tasted coconut juice from the stall located at the trail head.
High-tech equipment at the outdoor gym of Saga Station ... free membership fees ... :-)
Chong YF trying out the all weather-condition dump bells
Having a dip in the pond; fast way of cooling down ... the brown one is more daring
Posted by KC Leong