Ah summer. Here I am pruning the petunias. You’re supposed to just pinch back the old blossoms, but petunias are sticky, so I use a pair of scissors.
It’s a hot job. A guy needs a drink of water. How nice that my peepster brought out my water bowl.
So, I’m wondering where We might get water to refill my bowl once I’ve drained it dry. (Remember, it’s HOT where We live.) Inside from the kitchen tap (one with a filter attached, of course) or from a garden hose?
Wait just a minute before heading over to the side of the house, peeps, to refill my bowl. Put that hose down. In the “who knew?” category, I felt it imperative that I share a little known fact with you today.
I have a new friend. His name is Bosun Dawg. He’s got a PAWSOME blog. Hop on over and check out his post about lead-free garden hoses. It’ll change the way you think about watering your yard, let alone giving a drink to your 4-legged friends.
Thanks, Bosun Dawg. You’re a regular plethora of good information. And We love your photographs, too.
What You Learned Today:
- Lots of folks use garden hoses to cool off their pooches, fill up their pools, give ’em a drink…stuff like that. Oh, and they use them to water the garden, too.
- But wait! There’s lead in ‘them there hoses!!!
- Be sure to use a lead-free hose my furriends!!!
- Thanks to Bosun Dawg, we now know. He even tells you where to find a good hose. (That’s a retriever for you.)
- Who knew?
- TIME TO VOTE! Yes, it’s your friendly daily reminder to cast your vote pour moi in the Thundershirt contest. Go here to vote every day until Friday! And, thanks so much you guys, for taking the time and trouble to do this. Aroooo ROOOOOO!