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Friday, October 31, 2008

Now that's a pumpkin


Let's all give Paco a hoof and hand for helping us to achieve such pumpkin maximusinuss.

I did learn something: one requires a strong farm hand, perferably a landscaper type with a tree mover to decorate with these big boys.

8 comments:

coloredsock said...

HOLY ****! did you have to roll those suckers to your door? way to go Paco! xo, wowed in new mexico

pRiyA said...

wow! these are really whopping. what became of them?

mansuetude said...

i saw these and wanted to be three or six or 80 and climb on them, love them... used to love going to the pumpkin patch to pick my pumpkin...thanks!

Balou said...

Holy Pumpkiness Maxiumus! Those would make great mouse apartment buildings. That's quite an accomplishment to get two that large.

Apifera Farm said...

Yes, they are quite voluminous. They require me to make up words like that. They sort of look like obese stomachs. These are the two pumpkins I had a sign up asking the Lord Jimmy swellers to leave for us. They politely agreed. I have a thing that i can't carve a pumpkin, it seems like a lsow death. Or murder. I know, I know, but they are creatures. ANyway, thanks for writing!

marmitelover said...

Wow.

Speechless.

encantadora said...

I love your blog. We hope to have some land some day so I can have my horse at home and a proper garden. He says I'd create a zoo! Probably, but at least it would be more practical. ; )

vanessaann said...

hey. i stopped over from posie get cozy. the pumpkins are awesome!