It’s Pumpkin Chuckin’ Season

Fall is Karen’s favorite season, and pumpkins are her favorite autumnal decoration, so it’s no surprise that this poster caught her eye.

How could we not attend the Pumpkin Chuckin festival, held outside Moab on a former airport runway?

As the name suggests, pumpkins will fly.

The Big Ten Inch landed in the Guinness Book of World Records in 2010. To gain some glory for yourself, all you have to do is launch a pumpkin more than 5545.43 feet.

Normally, all this produce propulsion would be enough excitement for one day, but then a familiar name popped up on the entry board for the pumpkin pie-eating contest. And you thought airborne pumpkins were messy.

Full coverage in the next post. Stay tuned!

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One Response to It’s Pumpkin Chuckin’ Season

  1. Margaret Trissel says:

    Headline: “Hiker killed by Big 10 Inch Chucked Pumpkin” !!!!
    Looks like a good time was had by all…except the hiker, of course…His last thought, “What the he** is that?”

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