Judy and Ann dyeing Easter eggs. This activity usually brought about some serious knock-down-and drag-out fights when all of us were at home. At issue was who got the best transfers. After they were dyed, we used them for days and days to play hide-and-find, some of them never being found until the sulfur in them ultimately blew up, thus revealing their presence. We especially liked hiding them around the haystack. But after Louise and I left, Judy and Ann look relatively peaceful here.