Met Mr. Koh, who has known 定慧 (Dìng Huì) for over four years.
Many visitors on Saturday evening, including picnickers.
Also met two brothers who offered their respects on the Royal Mound and at Shrine of Haji Ambo Sooloh (Zone 5296).
A man left a red bag of food for Brownie.
Chatted with Pauleen.
Filled one large garbage bag.
Met and assisted waste collectors from Veolia at 7:24 p.m in Zone 4491.
Observed male red junglefowl in Zone 5490 and later in Zone 5094. It flew from ground up a tree near Zone 4995.
Filled three large garbage bags, two of which with dozens of empty water bottles collected from Royal Mound.
Many ants immediately east of Royal Mound. Forehead stung once.
Large quantity of empty styrofoam boxes dumped immediately west of Jalan Kubor street, hidden behind wall (Coordinates 4886).
Adjusted location of Brownie’s kennel. Brownie not sighted.
Spotted black-naped oriole.
New linen safari suit breathes well. Headdress from Ova.
Nearby pedestrian traffic on pavement for Friday congregational prayers (ṣalāt al-jumu‘ah).
Visited Upper Canada Marble & Granite and Marbles of Portugal in Toronto. Really loved Verde Pavão granite.
Met Pauleen who takes care of Brownie the dog and also a cat. Feeding time around 8 p.m. in south-west corner of eastern half of cemetery.
Visited Leng Hua Sandblasting.
Spoke on phone with Alvin Chew from National Environment Agency. He clarified that it is not correct to call cemetery “abandoned.” Correct word is “closed.” Government actively cuts grass and maintains trees. He said that no special government permission is required to continue our cleaning work.
Set up temporary kennel near wild dog’s burrow.
Checked on dog. She sleeps in same burrow.
Met recently married Chadian couple (visiting from Malaysia) at Malabar Mosque after ʿIshā prayers.