This is a new early spring flower to me. I photographed it eariler today on the sandy shore of a small Bayfield County WI lake. The plant was in a zone higher than the probable historical high watermark. It was on the edge of a pine and scrub oak forest line. Growing in sandy soil.
Mrs. Shutterwi without hesitation IDed it as Mayflower or trailing arbutus, Epigaea repens. She has memories of her mom searching it out on the Cape Cod shoreline in early spring.
If anyone can confirm the ID or has an alternative ID please leave a comment.