(Amanda Loman/Grand Rapids Press)

When our kids were kids.....they're BIG now.....we were always looking for something fun to do around Easter.

Well, today kids of all ages can, among other things, hunt for the Easter Bunny.  And you know what?  They'll find him, or her, don't want to discriminate, on a train in Coopersville.

The Grand Rapids Press wrote about The Easter Bunny, who is 5-foot-2, has hazel eyes, a red button nose and a bachelor of arts degree from Aquinas College.
The renowned rabbit was last seen riding the Coopersville & Marne Railway in the company of two white lambs named BoBo and Jelly Bean, and a yellow duck named Quack.
They made no attempt to hide or flee. Instead they openly laughed, sang and danced in the aisles of passenger cars for more than an hour as about 125 witnesses looked on in fascination.
A strange dream? A pigment of a colorful imagination?

Au contraire — it was as real as the groaners dispensed by the railway’s general manager, Jerry Ricard, who claims he would perch the floppy-eared one on the front of his Bunny Train’s locomotive if it weren’t certain to be a hare-raising experience.

Follow my link here to read and see more.  You and the kids will have a ball!

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