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24 thoughts on “Halloween stair decorations

  1. Diogenes

    I always love seeing the different pumpkins you have in the U.S. In Scotland we carve turnips, and in Australia nobody’s daft enough to waste a pumpkin, but all we really have here are Japp, butternut, and the (horrible, cursed, revolting) Queensland Blue

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you very much. I’m glad that I was able to please with my photo. We are so used to it that yes, we do not pay attention to such a variety of pumpkins. For us, this is completely natural.

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    2. Graham Stephen

      What we call turnips in Scotland, they call swedes in England (I believe the term in the US is rutabaga(?). I remember having a few debates about the terminology when I moved to live in England many years ago.

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you very much. I was also very impressed with the variety of colors and sizes of pumpkins and their good arrangement.

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