For 365 days, starting April 26, we will hide an egg with a poem inside somewhere in the city of Merced, CA. This blog will track who finds the eggs and offer clues for those who seek.
Today's egg is orange, filled with a poem by Merced writer Elizabeth McMunn-Tetangco, and somewhere in the vast lovely park on El Redondo and Pacific in North Merced. Seek and ye shall find!
Today, on the way home, I stopped by this park. I immediately saw a plastic egg in the grass and just knew that I'd found the egg. I quickly parked my car and rushed over to find only half of the plastic egg, and no poem. I was disappointed, but took a picture and took the half of the egg shell away, so as not to litter the lovely park. This made me more determined.