Hi everyone!!The past almost two months have been very difficult, very emotional, and very draining to our family. If you haven’t already, please read Brian’s comment directed to ALL of you that is in the comments after my post about going to Buffalo. That said, I think it is time to have a little bit of bunny fun!!! How about a little tour of Easter Bunny Lane in our hometown?!? EBL is held throughout the Spring/Easter season every year, is free to tour, and is visited by many, many good folks. Schools all around bring busloads of little ones every year to see it too!! (even oldies like us enjoy it). Starting Labor day, they open Santa’s Christmasland which I still go see even though my boys have long been too grown up to see it. (or so they say!! ) Christmasland is the famous place where our older son, Craig, at 5 years told the talking Santa that “Yes, I have a brother, but he is still in my mommy’s tummy”-pointed at my 9 month pregnant whale of a belly, and of course said it loud enough that (I swear) all 10 MILLION visitors turned to look at me. I went into labor out of embarassment!! So, are you ready to hit the Bunny Trail? remember, the little critters are almost ALL animated!!—and not ALL scenes were photographed……..and Christmasland is even bigger than the bunny lane……..
Of course, the reason for Easter is thoroughly depicted. Appropriate music plays throughout the tour—bouncy Easter parade music for the cute displays, somber mood music for the religious scenes.
The tour empties into the lush greenhouses with their bounty of Spring blossoms…….
The gift area had these cute carrots—they are made like springs!! How cute!!
I hope you all enjoyed the tour and if you are in the area, stop in to see Easter Bunny Lane (will close at Easter) and Santa’s Christmasland !! From our family to yours, have a happy, hoppy, and very blessed Easter!!–Jan