Since that time, we've picked blueberries, raspberries and apples at Butler's. We've also made their Bunnyland an annual tradition. We love Bunnyland. Sure, we would prefer that Bunnyland take place in the days following Easter. Right now we are observing Lent and it would be best if we were doing Lenten activities such as making pretzels (which we will do in the next few days). But Bunnyland and most Easter events take place before Easter these days, so we have to give a little bit. (One huge exception in our area is the White House Easter Egg Roll, which still takes place on the Monday after Easter as it has for many, many years.)
Back to Bunnyland. Yesterday Meg and Clare decided they would begin their Bunnyland day by hunting Easter eggs. There isn't really any hunting involved since the plastic eggs are just spread out on the ground. The kids fill little orchard baskets with eggs and then dump them into cleverly designed boxes that make returning eggs fun. Kids are promised a treat basket at then end of their visit to Bunnyland so there are no tears involved in returning the eggs.