2 years ago we were in St. George for Easter. It was Easton's very first Easter Egg Hunt experience and he did pretty good. It was such a fun trip! My favorite part of Easter at home is the tradition of coloring easter eggs with Grandma Frei. Now this isn't coloring eggs with a dye kit bought from the store . . . . this is the real thing. We collect dandelions, tiny flowers, and certain types of leaves and wrap them around the eggs with string. Once that is done we put them into a big pot of water and onion shells to cook. Grandma always keeps an eye on the eggs so I'm not sure how long they cook but when they are done you let them cool a bit and then unwrap them. The onion shells dye the egg a brown color but then there are patterns made by the leaves and flowers. The dandelions come out yellow and there is usually a little purple flower that will dye it purple as well. It is the neatest thing to see and do. That whole process also makes those eggs DELICIOUS to eat! When we were younger we used to take our eggs out to Snow Canyon to the sand dunes and "race" our eggs by rolling them down the hills. It was great fun!