More West Seattle Easter scenes: Peeped house; bunny car; egg hunts; more

Around the town on Easter, from your cameras and ours ….

Every year, somebody gets Peeped – last year, a home near Lowman Beach; this year, it’s the Lorentz home in North Admiral! They shared the photo of what the Easter Bunny did after he came in through the chimney …no, wait. 1900 block of 41st SW, if you won’t believe it till you see it firsthand.

On Alki, the Easter Bunny seems to have an engine along with the bunny ears and bunny nose:

Thanks to Lisa Ruiz for sharing that photo. Whatever form the Easter Bunny took, s/he was busy at C & P Coffee (WSB sponsor):

The annual C & P Easter-morning egg hunt drew dozens — little kids went first. Over at the West Seattle Farmers’ Market, the egg hunt was ongoing, but we did drop by the info booth as participants recycled the plastic eggs:

Steps away, the crew from Blue Geisha Tattoo painted faces, and arms:

And then there’s the Easter Weasel – featured on the WSB Facebook page.

2 Replies to "More West Seattle Easter scenes: Peeped house; bunny car; egg hunts; more"

  • JanS March 31, 2013 (3:35 pm)

    just saw a Car2Go parked about 1/2 block south of Admiral on 41st SW…

  • Missliss March 31, 2013 (4:23 pm)

    The folks from Blue Geisha were just lovely. Warm and friendly and great with my kid. Thanks to them!

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