SEATTLE - For the fifth year, a group of friends descended on a home in the Wedgwod/Maple Leaf area under the cover of darkness to cover another friend's lawn with hundreds of Easter Peeps.
The Peeps - nearly 900 of them - were stuck in the lawn "like festive marshmallow lawn darts," co-conspirator, Karla Johnson, said.
And ooh la la! This year Ciscoe Morris was the recipient of the colorful marshmallow skewers.
The peepsters left a sign on the lawn saying "We love you Ciscoe."
"I about fainted when I awoke and saw all of those peeps out there when I looked out my window in the morning," Ciscoe said. "I actually counted them. There were exactly three billion, nine hundred forty two thousand three of them, counting the one that is still stuck in the top of the street sign."