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Friday, March 29, 2013

On the Bunny Trail

It's that time of year — the Easter holiday which for us includes a road trip with several family visit stops. Our last "grand" road trip was post-Christmas, so we've been quite the home bodies the past several months. Nothing has been happening as far as interest in the house, which seems the same with other places too in our area. We figure that St Joseph (the statue) buried in the front yard for house-selling success may be waiting out the very long winter season this year — just like everyone else.

So on the road we go and checking out gas prices too . . .

0327 GAS stations

This trip will include fun stuff with grandson Bobby and granddaughter Elizabeth, including an egg hunt and egg coloring — Ellie's first time. We may have to tell her not to drink the pretty colored water. We remember giving Bobby this same advice his first time; thankfully, some things may never change.

Bobby-Ellie

And, while we have had fun doing egg coloring  at home, sans grandkids, it's WAY more fun doing it with these two.

What are your Easter plans ?

8 comments:

Sandra said...

Have a great trip and Happy Easter, enjoy your family

Montanagirl said...

We'll be having Easter dinner out at my brother's...I'm elected to bring desserts. So I'm making a Coconut Cream dessert, a Butterscotch dessert, and a Mexican Chocolate pie. Then after dinner, we'll drive the 30 miles to go visit with my Dad at the nursing home.

Out on the prairie said...

i went and got minature pasties and a nice bread yesterday. Would like to join in with the eggs, I enjoy this well.

The Odd Essay said...

For about 60 years an Easter ham was on the menu.. as a child, then as a wife and mother.. It was a tradition as much as coloring eggs and a new Easter bonnet (yes, I always wore a new hat to church on Easter). The last 12 years we've been on the road, either in the USA or abroad... this year in Spain, we'll probably have ham as it seems to be the most available meat here. But... no family, no colored eggs, and no new Easter bonnet. Definitely mixed feelings....

Daisy said...

Safe travels to you. Wishing you a Happy Easter!

thecottagebythecranelaketwo said...

We've had much the same price on petrol here since Christmas, some days a tad cheaper, soe the opposite.

Happy Easter!
Christer.

Elaine said...

Enjoy your travels and visit with the sweet grandkids!

Picturit said...

Enjoy... Happy Easter

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