Originally Posted by SherryNPaul
Often, by this time if the year, we'd be camping somewhere in Canada. Probably the Yukon, visiting with friends.
With these extraordinary times, we're still at home, enjoying the adventures of the few who are out there.camping.
Best of luck, and have fun, when you get to enjoy your favorite places.
For us, Canada, is now a next year trip. That's ok. We totally respect the travel restrictions. We want everyone to stay well!
We will be glad when all can get out and travel. I live in a camping area so will be able to enjoy when they open up even local. Will only go to the campgrounds with space between sites for safety. Check out the Bruce peninsula some time it has 44 types of orchids on north half and 52 of the 57 types that grow in north america grow on the peninsula. I is also a bird migratory path.
End of may Calypso very very rare (flower pot island), Rams head (Singing sands trail area), slipper types white, showy, yellow, dwarf yellow and many other early types come out. We have some mid summer types like Coral roots striped and spotted, rattle snake plantain types 5 in pine needle beds, sandy areas ladies tresses, hooded, up to June common though, Alaskan rain orchid (august) rare hard to find, white fringed (long swamp) bog candles white and green swamp types are hard to find and include Poligula single purple flower, Cape Croaker reserve has stripped Coral root.
It may not be the Yukon or Florida but we like it.