Dyeing Eggs By The Dozen

You can't have Easter without Easter eggs and so we have a few to show you when we travel Back Down the Pennsylvania Road.

Mike Stevens takes us to Schuylkill County in 2003. It was a story done not so many years ago but yet it is about something we or our children have done at one time or another.

1 Comment

  • Rebecca

    The correct verb conjugation is “dyeing” when you are coloring something. Dying is, well, becoming dead.

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