Remember the lyrics in one of the songs from the musical Camelot, “It’s May, it’s May, the lovely month of May…”? May IS a lovely month in Door County for the awakening of spring and the beauty of nature unfolding. Cherry blossoms generally are in full bloom about the third week in May, while trillium, violets and ladyslippers carpet the landscape, especially in Peninsula State Park . Whether you drive north to Sister Bay on State Highway 42 or State Highway 57 (both noted as Scenic Byways in Wisconsin), you’ll view the splendor of the cherry blossoms in orchards that border both sides and the central area of the peninsula. Get your phone or cameras ready to capture a visual reminder of all that is wonderful about spring here. The bay and lake seem to take on different hues in spring, too, varying from navy blue to teal green, as if they are majestic welcome mats for the thousands of visitors who will make the journey here to see what’s new this year. Why don’t you count yourself among the privileged tourists who will journey through the Door and take in all the enchantment of spring in Door County? We’ll add our warm welcome, too, when you arrive as guests at Birchwood Lodge. With a variety of room types and extra amenities to enhance your stay, couples, families, and even a group of ten people can all be comfortably accommodated here. Go on-line to our website, www.birchwoodlodge.com, or, give us a call at our toll-free number, 866-854-7195 to make your plans for a spring getaway to Door County.