The forest floor along Lake Superior was a lilliputian world of wonder. So many wildflowers growing on beds of moss in a dazzling display. None dazzled more than the twinflower (Linnaea borealis). It’s about as cute as it gets in the northern woods and not uncommon at all to see large sprawling colonies of this little woody creeper. Long gone from Ohio, it’s a plant I cherish every time I’m up north.