I later came across several of these pick mushrooms......and again do not know the species.
Multiflora roses were located in several locations, at the transitional areas between the fields and the wooded areas. These are very pretty when in blossom, but are considered a nuisance plant and not native to our area. They were introdued from the orient as ornamentals and in our area, during the 1930s were promoted as useful living hedges; and as a result are now very common.
A group of milkweed plants. If you look closely at the plant on the right (or click it so that it enlarges) you will see an insect that is about to have a close up photo taken.....per the second milkweed picture..........and I do not know what species it is. Milkweed plants were very useful to the primitive people. In the early spring, the young plant may be eaten. The pods that will form a bit later may also be eaten when they new. The fiber from the stalk can be twisted into string or twine.
An intersting patch of what I believe is some type of moss that was catching the early morning sun.