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Pumpkin Display Near Presque Isle, Maine, USA
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Every fall, the Stewart Farm on the Houlton Road (also known as US Route 1) creates a pumpkin display to attract travelers. The farm produces a great variety of vegetables with potatoes being a major crop. This is a traditional family farm and one of the very few in Maine which harvests the potatoes by hand digging.

Copyright: Tom sadowski
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上传: 18/12/2010
更新: 11/03/2012
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Tags: pumpkins; gords; halloween; ghosts; skulls; farm stand; roadside attraction; aroostook; autumn; vegetables
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