Easter baskets in hand, or whatever they had to hold their eggs, hundreds of children lined up in Tydings Park Saturday for the annual Easter Egg Hunt.
Sponsored by Havre de Grace Parks and Recreation, the hunt kicks off promptly at noon. The small plastic colored eggs are "hidden" throughout the park, some easy to find, some a little more obscure.
Some dressed in their Easter best, children of all ages from all over Harford County and beyond scramble about to collect as many eggs as the can.
Then the "hunt" is over almost as soon as it starts.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun