It was delightful pandemonium once the egg hunting began--a little early due to the fact that children are not known for patience--and after a half hour of chomping at the bit, it was all over within minutes.
Luckily, there was plenty of other fun to be had at in Issaquah yesterday, from admiring the live chicks and rabbit, to petting Butters, an adorable miniature horse turned Easter Bunny for the day.
The staff at the Grange told Patch that every year they work to improve the event, and they were amazed at the large turnout this year. They said they'll be hiding a lot more eggs next year.
If you haven't visited before, Grange Supply Inc. is a cooperative farm, gas, home & garden, and feed supply store. Members pay a one-time fee for common stock to become members of the co-op. The Grange has been located in Issaquah since 1943.
We took some photos to share; if you were at Grange Supply or PCC, or any other egg hunts yesterday, we hope you'll add your favorite photos too.