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Saturday BURN OFF THE CHILL at Tyler Park - 2:00 pm

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  • Saturday Afternoon - 2:00 pm

    We are meeting at the CENTER FOR THE ARTS

    The entrance is off of Newtown Richboro Road (about 1 1/2 miles past the small playhouse and fisherman's lot).

    You will pass the traffic light at Holland Road (will be on your left).  The entrance to the Center for the Arts is the next right.  It is Number One Lane Trail.  Follow along through the big trees and make the first right onto Stable Mill Road.  We meet in the parking lot in front off the Center for the Arts.

    Walk with the pack along the trails through beautiful Tyler State Park. The park is located just off the Newtown By-Pass, just below Bucks County Community College, easily accessible from I-95. We'll walk at a moderate to fast pace for about an hour and a half to two hours covering about 3-4 miles — but there are several options for shorter routes if you or your pup get tired. So come on out and get some exercise.

    Any questions regarding this meetup, please e-mail Crazy Bob & Eileen ([masked]) on the crazydog website. As a courtesy to the group, if you need to change your RSVP, please do so before 1pm so we have an up-to-date attendance list at the meet-up site. We hope to see you there!

    Remember: Tyler Park has many deer and is very tick friendly, so be sure your pup is currently on his/her tick medication.Also, PLEASE, no dogs that are currently in heat, and inform the group if your pup is not yet neutered.....


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