I am on vacation with my family back east visiting my mother and sisters. We have traveled to Upstate NY and now to Cape Cod, Ma (where they live). Because I am a mentally ill beekeeper - I dragged two nuc boxes all the way from ND baited with swarm lures and with drawn comb. Who knows right? Might pick up a swarm at one of the two places. In NY - blackberries were/are blooming along with a number of other flowers. On Cape Cod - the lawns are covered in white clover (and again, other flowers are blooming). I haven't seen a single honeybee in either location. I haven't had even a solitary bee check out either nuc box. I find this to be just a bit incredible. I have only seen maybe <6 bumblebees total on the entire trip. I am pretty tuned into bee/pollinator activity, so it is a bit surprising to me that there is so little activity here. Anybody have any insights?