Friday, June 11, 2010

Safe or not? Neglected tunnel is covered with overgrown vegetation

 Safe or not? Neglected tunnel is covered with overgrown vegetation
This tunnel along a cycling track has become covered with dense vegetation. STOMPer Mountain Biker is concerned that it could harbour snakes and spiders as well.

Said the STOMPer in an email today (June 11):

"Last week I went cycling on my mountain bike from Hindhede Loop to Asas Loop and had to pass through this tunnel, which is now overgrown with grass, branches and bushes.

"I have an innate fear of snakes and spiders and cycling through the tunnel made me very nervous.

"It was just after the rain and the biking trail path was very slippery and muddy

"I hope NParks can remove the overgrown vegetation and make the trail safe for mountain bikers like my buddies and me."

 Safe or not? Neglected tunnel is covered with overgrown vegetation
 Safe or not? Neglected tunnel is covered with overgrown vegetation
 Safe or not? Neglected tunnel is covered with overgrown vegetation

Related posts: Overgrown plants around this overhead bridge creeps me out (24th April 2010)
Palm tree flowers attract bees and pose danger to passers-by (12th April 2010)
Overgrown mango tree makes me tremble whenever I cross overhead bridge (20th March 2010)
I say my prayers whenever I cross this messy and ugly bridge (3rd January 2010)
"Overgrown creepers at Penjuru bus stop gives me sense that living things lurk behind" (3rd November 2009)
Creepers growing up Harbourfront floodlights could be the heart of darkness (22nd September 2009)

Not again.

facepalm

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