We arrived at the preserve around noon on Sunday April 16, 2017.
It was very warm, in the 80s. (some of the Mertensia was a bit wilted)
Nonetheless it was a glorious display of bluebells and Susquehanna Trillium. The blue Phlox was also putting on quite a show in the middle of the trail. We ate our lunch of Wawa sandwiches at the bench near what we call the Trout Lily trail. There were lots of people out which was adding to the social aspect of our experience.
We climbed a new trail we had never been on before, One that carried us all the way up to the top of the hill near the front of the main trail. We were afforded a fantastic view of the Susquehanna River and we also got to see lots of beautiful blooming bluebells up there. We also found some white Trout Lily.
We were very careful the whole day to not step on any wildflowers.
Most of these pictures were taken with a Lumix LX7 except the selfie which was taken with an iPhone 6 Plus.