I think the Easter Bunny should have asked Uncle Justin to mow the lawn before he hid the eggs. Since the wet grass came up to Avery’s knees, he was reluctant to go looking for eggs. Here he’s trapped on sprinkler head not wanting to move.
Avery has a fascination with Justin’s goatee, he likes to stroke it. And they are both big NASCAR fans.Tractor-driving lessons by Uncle Justin:A very good day!
The third Sunday of the month means it’s time for a Rio Linda Elverta Historical Society Sunday Social in the Social Hall at Calvary Lutheran Church. At left are Catherine and Jason Green, the new organizers of the socials:
Joyce Buckland shared the latest RLEHS news:
Speaker #1: Pat Day talked about Elder Craftsmen Helping Others (ECHO) – a large group of volunteers who meet at the Depot Park in Rio Linda once a week.
#2 Speakers: Sharon King, Debbie Crowe, Anna Marie Tomlinson talked about the Rio Linda Elverta Quilt Trail Project and the wildflower garden near the Dry Creek Ranch House.
Throwdown “key” ingredients this month were eggs (from The Natomas Farm) and cabbage (from Food Source). Three of us entered five tastings. Me, Allie Brown, and Catherine Green:
On the plate: Arlete’s Scotch Eggs, and Catherine’s Sweet Cabbage Strudel-WINNER. On the table L-R: Arlete’s Fruity Coleslaw-WINNER, Allie’s Cabbage Quiche, Catherine’s Crustless Carrot Mini-quiches.