by Robyn Wright on October 3, 2012
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It’s that time of year. I saw them piled when I was racing in the grocery the other day. Wished I had time to stop.
Thanks for catching them for me.
ahh fall. love the beginning! i actually saw someone growing gourds right off the front porch, on the roof! they had it tied up.
they were hanging down from the roof? that sounds kind of cool
Aren’t they lovely?:) It’s the best time of year!! Soon we’ll be watching Charlie Brown with steaming mugs of hot chocolate in hand! Yaaaayyy!
Yes – the Great Pumpkin will be coming soon!
WOW… I love pumpkins but I was a little sad to see there was no words to this post. ;-( I was thinking there would be a scrumptous pumpkin recipes included.
Of course wordless Wednesday… most people I see posting “wordless” Wednesday are still including a post… sorry.
Ha! That’s the hard part about Wordless Wednesday, not captioning our photos. Perhaps that’s the entire challenge. You know, I’m curious as to the history of Wordless Wednesday posts. Perhaps @robynsonlineworld:disqus might know?
Sorry Stephanie – I’ll see what kind of pumpkin recipes I can come up with soon
love the pumpkins
I love pumpkins and the fall season!
Hey, way to go for being on time for this weeks WW. Too bad I didn’t remember until just now.
Love those pictures, we need to get us a pumpkin picked up. I think we’re going to do some “trunk-or-treating” this year, we live so rural that we don’t get any treaters but the campground near us is having a TON of events so I think we’re going to join and pass out treats from the back of the pick up.
I scheduled my WW ahead of time this week so I would not screw it up again LOL
One of these days I’ll do that, I have only thought about it for … hmmm, around 3 years or so lol!
How lovely and artistic!
I was just reading this interesting site on the history of pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns too:
Thank you for the link! Great stuff!
Great pics!! Although, some of those lumpy, bumpy pumpkins gross me out (lol). We took the kids to the cider mill and pumpkin patch last Saturday and had a great time. I love the fall!!!
The white bumpy ones look like brains to me. Creepy for sure.
How fun that you all went to the pumpkin patch. I love doing that!
I’m always the first person in line when the pumpkins come! Homemade pumpkin seeds are my fav food of ANY holiday. So simple but so yummy, healthy, and cheap. Not to mention the flavors you can experiment with.
I am working on a roasted pumpkin seed post! Still have some work to do on it.
love the gourd that looks like it has peanuts glued to it
That lumpy gourd is hilarious! This reminds me, I should pick up some for decorating!
i like that one on the bottom, it looks like it’s covered in peanut shells
Some of them remind me of coral reef formation. But of course, I am always thinking about scuba diving….
If I say ‘Pumpkin Fever!’ does it cover the photos and the season?
Some of those pumpkins look like they’re covered in macaroni!
The varieties are very decorative, but some look scarey like they have warts! LOL Or barnacles like found on ocean rocks? I still prefer the green and orange over those pale white or lighter choices…
Oh I love pumpkins! We’re going to pick pumpkins and apples this weekend, I can’t wait! Great pictures!!! jenniferpeaslee at gmail dot com
It’s so neat to see the different shapes/hues pumpkins and gourds take on.
Yay!!!!!! I love pumpkins so much. So festive and pretty. I’m so excited that I can carve pumpkins now. I wanted to buy a pumpkin at the beginning of September when they first came out but resisted until it was October haha
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