Commemorate your pet’s memory with a special keepsake this holiday.
Join this 2-mile walk through the Ramble to the Secret Pet Memorial Tree, a very special tree decorated by pet owners in memory of their lost pets.
According to thefurevertree.comThis unique tree appears every year for six or eight weeks at the end of November. Hundreds of pictures of creatures great and small that have passed hang on the tree, often inscribed with personal memories and messages.
If you want to add a photo to the tree, just bring a laminated photo of a pet that has passed. Make sure to add a hole at the top of the picture. You will also need ribbon or string to hang it.
- Walking pace: Moderate 20 to 23 minute mile pace (not for slow walkers).
- Meeting Time: Meet at 9:55 am for instructions, depart at 10:00 am.
- Meeting Point: Enter the park at East 90th Street and cross the street with runners and cyclists. Meet in front of the statue of John Puroy Mitchell, a gold sculpture on the stone wall just below the path to the reservoir. Find people in EverWalk gear.
- Bathroom: There won’t be a bathroom, so be sure to plan ahead.
About the EverWalk Group
The walk is organized by Walk Ever Walk, a new free walking club started by endurance swimmer, journalist and author, Diana Nyad, and women’s national racquetball champion Bonnie Stoll. Dog friendly, 🏳️🌈🏳️🌈🏳️🌈🏳️🌈 friendly.
Originally Posted by Patch.