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THE GREAT EASTER EGG HUNT MY QUEST FOR THE HIDDEN EGG
The Easter holiday is packed with tradition. Plus, you know Redlands will have some exciting community events, just like practically every other holiday. Here’s a tradition you may be familiar with: the Redlands Easter Egg Hunt! It began when seven eggs were introduced to the community over social media. Each of the Easter eggs had a different theme, and they were filled with prizes from local Redlands businesses.
the nearby bushes again, and lo and behold, I found the egg!
The theme of the egg was “So Fresh and Clean.” I opened it to discover three candles, a gift card to the Living Root Cellar, free teeth whitening, brunch for two at Olive Market, a gift card to My French Farm, and lastly, a free pet grooming. All I can say is that I hit the jackpot. And Liberty is going to be one excited puppy when she gets spoiled at the doggy spa!
One morning, I woke up to an Instagram notification. It seemed a
Who knew an Easter egg hunt could be so fun? Most of us
clue had been posted regarding one of the eggs. I looked at the post, and my heart started racing. I knew where the clue was!
imagine small kids running around a yard in search of little plastic eggs filled with candy. But you can get imaginative with it. It can be fun for both kids and adults. The Redlands Easter Egg Hunt was put together by Steve Carroll, who does aerial photography with Above Redlands. He got together with about 40 local businesses and helped make this fun adventure possible. As of this writing, the search is set to conclude on Easter Sunday, April 1, or whenever the last egg is found. So, who knows, the adventure might continue well into April, but if everyone is as excited about this as I am, I’m going to guess it will end sooner rather than later! –Meagan Silva
So, I did what anyone would do. I jumped in my car at 7 a.m. with wet hair and drove straight to Caroline Park. Once there, another notification popped up — another clue! It was an aerial shot of some hills at sunset. I spent about 15 minutes searching all over Caroline Park, examining every shrub for an egg. Finally, I was able to piece the clues together. There was a trail in Caroline Park called Sunset Hills! Everything clicked, and I made a beeline down the path.
Then, another image was posted. This time, it was a picture of a bush with an egg inside of it. I started searching all of
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