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Sunday, October 22, 2006

Boston smashes pumpkin record

Tonight on Boston Common over 29,000 pumpkins were lighted, easily beating the record set in 2003 by upstarts in Keene NH.

Families from all over the metropolitan area brought carved pumpkins to enter in the competition.

There were also many pumpkins to carve for those that didn't bring their own.

Sponsored by the Life is Good t-shirt company, pumpkins were displayed on a huge scaffold built especially for this occasion.

Pumpkins lined the pathways, and were set all over the garden.

These photos are from the Universal Hub, and there are plenty more to look at. We didn't attend this year due to another engagement, but I really wish we had. It looks totally awesome!
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Blogger The Scribe said...

Wow, this is amazing. I wish I'd gone down there to see it!
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22/10/06 10:17 AM  
Blogger The Silent K said...

I love Halloween. These are cool pictures. I came over from Izzy mom. I loved your comment over there. It was thoughtful and articulate, and I was nodding me head with every word.

22/10/06 11:13 PM  

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