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Orange Crush

Autumn means pumpkins, but they now come in many shapes, sizes and colors
Sam Gugino
Issue: October 15, 2003

Every October for the past 32 years, the hills of Half Moon Bay, Calif., have come alive with the color of orange from a sea of more than 3,000 tons of pumpkins. Pumpkin mania transforms this quaint coastal town into a gourdish Brigadoon.

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