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The Big Egg Hunt – Liverpool

Today myself and the family went off on The Big Egg Hunt, organised by Lindt Chocolatier. Basically, there were hidden 101 and painted eggs around the city which we had to find. Unfortunately we didn’t find them all but I think the final count was around 60. Not bad, even if I do say so myself!

The children enjoyed it and they were frantically running a head to check the shop windows and peeping around corners in a valiant effort to spot the next egg.

Unfortunately I think I’ve made the mistake before of posting directly via Flickr – it just doesn’t work and puts all the pictures in the set into small thumbnails! I’ve posted a few below to give you a taster and hopefully you will want to see more and click on the small thumbnails below which will take you to my flickr site.

A Squash and a Squeeze


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Egg stands still

Peppa leads the wayRadio City 96.7Blue Coat Liver BirdSo CloseThe Easter Bunny? - Version 2What's Ben eating?
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The Big Egg Hunt – Liverpool, a set on Flickr.


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Pictures from across the River Mersey

A few photos taken recently from the Wirral side of the River Mersey looking across to the beautiful skyline of Liverpool.

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HMS Illustrious docked in Liverpool

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