Lots of rocks and a few roses
I count 9! What a clever idea and what beautiful eggs in your garden. Happy Easter!BTW: I loved your wildflower post.Happy Easter!David/:0)
Thanks for playing along David. Hope you had a lovely weekend.
That's the most beautiful Easter egg hunt I've ever seen!
My beautiful eggs came from our trip to India.
I think I found ten! What fun.
Fun Carol, but not enough. Glad you played along.
Lovely idea! Happy Easter to you and thank you for the gift of fabulous photos such as this all year!
Sandy. I am so grateful to all my garden blogging friends. I have learnt so much from them.
Sorry Greggo. !6.
What a super idea! I counted 9. Happy Easter to you too.
Thanks for playing Jayne. Hope you had a lovely weekend.
Thans Dee. Nice of you to drop by at such a busy time.
I count 13. Every time I thought I was done, I found one more.
no, now I see 15....
Much better. the 16th is really hard to find. In fact I think impossible unless you see the real photo which is the one I sent to the grandchildren.
OK, I counted 10 the first time ... then I got up to 13 and now I feel compelled to check one more time!
Hope you checked again Cindy. There are 16 although you could be forgiven for saying 15.
I have counted 17. Every time I thought I was done, I found one more.
Oh, did I forget one. Look at the arrows and tell me where the other one is.
My two sons (aged 12 and 10) and myself have found 14 eggs. They don't see their grandparents either on Easter (we're in Spain, where there are no egg hunts, and my parents are in Massachusetts), and I think your digital egg hunt is a great idea. If my mother were more computer-savvy, I'm sure she would love to copy your idea!
So glad you children enjoyed the egg hunt. They did very well. there are a couple of difficult ones hidden int he foliage.
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