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Easter Egg Hunt – Geocaching Style

April 12, 2009
Reluctant as I always am to give up on childhood traditions, this year we once again our teenage/grownup girls Easter egg hunt. The Easter Bunny is able to give us that same pleasure of finding those hidden eggs by hiding them all around town and letting us find them using coordinates and a GPS. You are never too old for an Easter egg hunt! Here are some pictures recording the great time.
Shannon made the first find, at the Carberry playground.

Shannon made the first find, at the Carberry playground.

Aren't they pretty?

Aren't they pretty?

Zach found the next eggs at a Real Estate office, under the bench.

Zach found the next eggs at a Real Estate office, under the bench.

Maddy found the next eggs in the stands at the Emmett High School football field, right where the marching band plays!

Maddy found the next eggs in the stands at the Emmett High School football field, right where the marching band plays!

The next coordinates took us to the Island Park, but look! Someone hungry beat us there. The eggs were gone!

The next coordinates took us to the Island Park, but look! Someone hungry beat us there. The eggs were gone!

We found the next eggs at the old clogging studio, now an empty building.

We found the next eggs at the old clogging studio, now an empty building.

These were the trickiest to find. They were hidden in Cobblestone Park but we were lost for a little bit on the other side of the river.

These were the trickiest to find. They were hidden in Cobblestone Park but we were lost for a little bit on the other side of the river.

And back home! Where we found the last eggs hidden in our mailbox!

And back home! Where we found the last eggs hidden in our mailbox!

Happy Easter!

Happy Easter!

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One Comment leave one →
  1. cassandralambert permalink
    April 13, 2009 2:14 pm

    SO fun! I love technology 🙂

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