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    A Spirit Halloween I am Spirit Pumpkin, as you can guess I am a pumpkin. I live on Farmer Larry’s Farm. I live in the pumpkin patch of Portland, Maine I am a small, little, and round pumpkin. Who is wishing to not be selected, because, it gets super cold here that’s why I like it here so much today it is forty-eight degrees here. Also, well does being cut out and turned into a Pumpkin light or what people call them, jack-o-lanterns sound appealing to you. Well, certainly not me. Today it is Halloween, October 31, and it is the busiest day of the year for us pumpkins. Some pumpkins want to leave but not me this is my forever home but, I do wonder what it is like out it the city of Portland sometimes. Now, you will never forget…

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    by the Irish and Scottish and carried in the Celtic celebration of the Feast of Samhain. Lumps of coal were lit on fire and placed inside the hollowed root vegetables. Later on, Irish children used to carve out potatoes or turnips and light them for their Halloween gatherings to commemorate Jack, a villain who angered the devil and was turned away from heaven and hell when he died. He was doomed to wander the earth in search of a resting place with only a light in a carved turnip to guide his…

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    It really started on the day of the Pumpkin Festival; the day Perry Fiddler first came to my attention. It would have been an uneventful contest with Marcy, Wilber, and I, Otis Burrow, doing the judging honors for the annual festival. We had all bases covered; Marcy Winks was president of the Blushing Blooms garden club, Wilber Shuttle the State-U agricultural expert, and I, of course, owner of the Burrow Hardware and Feed. Everything was under control, that is until Wilber showed up with his…

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    Out of all the trips I’ve been on, the Disney Cruise trip was the absolute best. The ship was Halloween themed so there were bright orange pumpkins everywhere, the characters from Disney were even dressed up and they also played spooky Halloween music. My family and I went at the beginning in October of 2016. We stayed at Cocoa Beach for a night, Disney Cruise and then went to Sea World for a day. We went straight to Seaworld after we got off the ship. The prices were pretty reasonably good for…

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    We’ve picked up the photo booth prop must-haves for the season. The below ideas would even work well in a Halloween-inspired Hudson Valley wedding. Pumpkin props It goes without saying that pumpkin props must be part of the Halloween photo booth experience. The good news is that there are tons of ways to use pumpkins in…

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    Time for Gobble Wobble! The yearly event is focused on the spirit of giving during the holiday season. Having a turkey on the Thanksgiving table makes the holidays more memorable for you and your family members. By participating in the event, you will help provide turkeys for those who are in need. The Southwest Ambucs fundraiser helps numerous people on different levels which extends the giving spirit beyond the Thanksgiving holiday. The proceeds of the event help create scholarships for…

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    The sweet pumpkin pie, the tart apple pie, and of course, the rich, chocolate ice-cream topped off the amazing meal. I glanced from face to face, privately thanking God for each family member. There were smiles everywhere, from my brother's mischievous grin, to my grandmother's heartwarming smile. I looked around the room at the decorations I had helped my mother put up. Pictures of pumpkins, still up from last Halloween, hung next to Christmas wreathes and holly. In the center of the…

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    Looking around, I notice the eager children frantically pulling at their parent’s hands as they walk into the pumpkin patch. Almost immediately a nostalgic sense of happiness sets in. That warm fuzzy feeling inside my stomach is impossible to ignore at this point as the memories of my childhood flood in. This feeling remains constant throughout October, November and December but it is strongest in October. Something about pumpkin patches makes me so happy. The calmness of nature meets the loud…

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    without carving pumpkins. By ones self or participating with others, pumpkin carving is an activity associated with Halloween. With all the tools readily available, a pumpkin can be made into a beautiful masterpiece. Carving a pumpkin can be a difficult task; however, with the proper tools it can be made an enjoyable endeavor. To begin this process one must prepare for carving. Picking a pumpkin is essential. Picking a pumpkin of ones liking is very important as well, pick the pumpkin…

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    Once upon a time there was an itty-bitty pumpkin named Rox. Rox was intelligent, curious, and shy. Rox was cut off his vine too early and put in the back of a truck to be delivered to a pumpkin patch. Rox was boarded into the truck bed and his heart began to pound frantically when he realized how much smaller he was than the other pumpkins. The truck took Rox and the others to Pumpkin Acres, a pumpkin patch with 100 acres of pumpkins, corn mazes, games, and a petting zoo. Rox was amazed by the…

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