Yep! I guess this is one reason to have a good VARIETY of trees that bloom at different times, and fruit at different times. We missed out on the peach and apricot last year, but had figs just about every day from August through November! (the first batch of figs froze in April).
And just another warning for all of you eager to get out in the garden before all the 3 leaves come out -- WEAR LONG GARDENING GLOVES. I was weeding and clearing brush out an area, and realized I pulled up some poison ivy plants -- it got me on the wrist -- ouch, ouch, scratch, blister, calamine lotion, etc. It's too early for poison ivy -- but it's hiding and you can't see the 3 leaves this time of year!