Spring burst wide open in the Upper Peninsula early last week. When we returned from our East Coast trip May 2nd a pile of persistent snow still melted slowly on the ground.
A week later the wildflowers graced us with a single marsh marigold bloom.
Then lime green buds appeared on trees followed by unfurling fiddlehead ferns and whizzing red and green male hummingbirds.
The thermometer soared, our spirits delighted…and we spotted our first crawling wood tick.
Yay! Spring is here.
May I show you some photos of our arriving warmth and expansion?