Every Easter, the local paper conducts a "digital" Easter egg hunt. For 10 days, riddles tell the location around town where the "eggs" are hidden. If you figure out where they are and send your answers in, you are eligible for a prize drawing. I've been actually GOING to the locations and taking pictures. It has been a wonderful way to see interesting places in and around my home town. My "travel troll," Winnie Waymarker, goes with me. This riddle was from 2010
Joe’s Easter Egg Hunt
Near a seven-member crew
With the power to review,
There's a big percussion tool
Sitting in a shallow pool.
The egg's right there, so, to corral it,
Just locate the giant mallet.
ANSWER: A 30-foot steel gavel, in the reflecting pool outside the Ohio Judicial Center
Lovely corner cluster; I like the repeated curly ribbon.
avalon4 theStudio Designer
Registered: June 2009 Posts: 3,088
Wed August 7, 2013 14:00
What an awesome idea and you've captured it so beautifully here! Love the photos and the story, not to mention the fabulous page you're created around them. Sounds like it probably kept you pretty busy and it's always great to be a tourist in your own town.
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