Guinevere is enjoying her walk every morning. We range through Tangletown, along the Minnehaha Creek Parkway, up and down the streets near our house. Now that we’ve had some rain and warm weather, we have walking by LOTS of greenery. Hostas, wild grape vine, irises, ferns, trillium, lilies, peonies, even creeping charley. But what does Guinevere like? Tall grass. Not short grass, not even a long lawn, but tall grass that occasionally shows up in an untended garden, or in a spot that no one seems to be claiming (like the corner of an alleyway). Whenever we come across tall grass, she always wants to take a chomp. And she never mistakes any of the other abundant greenery for her favorite snack. How does she do this? Is it just the visual cue or does tall grass smell differently? I can’t figure it out.
What item on a buffet can’t YOU resist?