Time to go back and answer your questions.
The first question I’ll address is from Haopee from My Dogs Love Me. She asks “aren’t rhododendrons bad for dogs?” Yes, Haopee, according to the ASPCA poison control center all parts of the rhododendron are toxic. They contain a neurotoxin, grayantoxin. They work to poison the nerve cells in the body.
But don’t y’all worry, I don’t eat plants and because of my allergies the Humans watch me like a hawk, no pun intended.
Elka’s human, Jen asked what the flowers are. They are Catawba Rhododendron which are native to the eastern mountains from Virginia to Georgia.
Dawn, from Pet Auto Safety wants to know where this is.
This is located in the clouds on the Appalachian trail in the southern Blue Ridge mountains.
Thunder, Storm and Freighter asked if the flowers smell as good as they look. Yep! Flowers are fun to smell too.
Haopee at My Dogs Love Me asks if this is what spring brings? Yep, it means lots of pretty flowers!
Thunder, Storm and Freighter asked if that is an ant on the flower? Yep, it does appear to be a tiny ant.
Dawn at American Dog Blog asked if I checked out the woodpile? Actually I didn’t. Guess I should have. Sounds like I may have missed something exciting.
If you look beyond the house in this next picture, you’ll see a road. Since I’m on a mountain and putting a fence in requires drilling into the rock, I only have a small fenced area. The main part of the yard is not fenced. I have boundaries and the Human enforces the boundaries. The above corner is one boundary.
Let me know if I missed answering your question.
Y’all come back now!