At least…the colored eggs have come early. These are all completely natural colors, by the way, and represent the variety of what we collected over the last day and a half:
The huge white egg is from a goose. The brown eggs are from our chickens. All the rest — in their varrying shades of green and gray and black — are from our Cayuga ducks. The coloring is a sort of fine film, and can be washed off if you rub it enough. But we think the colors are fun, and don’t do more than wash off the dirt from the barn.
How else can you have green eggs and ham?