Everything in the woods changes on a daily basis at this time of year.
Last week, there were no fiddlehead ferns.
Today, they are about twelve inches tall.
Last week, the pursed lips of violet leaves were just above the ground.
Now the flowers are starting to bloom.
And the deep purple of the trillium are starting to dot the understory.
There’s a saying that you cannot step twice in the same river.
In spring in Vermont, you can’t step twice into the same forest.