April’s morning chill allows fringy frost to linger, looking as if leaves were somehow embellished with tatting lace over night. By engaging our senses and checking our cell phones, we can spot and quickly identify our discoveries. “Being able to put a name to our finds makes us feel less alone,” Tusa says. “Isolation becomes community.
“And we can also send a photo to a friend who, if not for the pandemic, might be walking with us.”