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Roadside Pumpkins in Searsport, Maine
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In the USA, autumn is the season to buy pumpkins. The large gourds are used for carving on Halloween and as seasonal decorations and for food -especially pie- at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Maine, a minor commercial producer of pumpkins, does have a number of roadside stands each fall that cater to the locals. This pumpkin market overlooks US Route 1 which stretches along the coast from Maine to Florida.

Giant pumpkin competitions are becoming more common in Maine. The 2010 championship pumpkin came from Jefferson, Maine, a community not far from where this image was made. It weighed 1,471 pounds. See it at http://www.mainepumpkins.com/.

Copyright: Tom Sadowski
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Uploaded: 01/12/2010
Updated: 25/09/2014
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Tags: pumpkins; route 1; orange; vegetable stand; farming; agriculture; halloween; autumn; gourds; roadside attraction
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