The people at the farm stand set up this larger-than-life checkerboard for pumpkins and jack-be-nimbles. It was striking and people had to stop and move the pumpkins. The clerks even set up haystacks so people could sit and take in a game.
There were pumpkins everywhere. Stacked high and low.
The clerks said the night temperatures were pretty risky. Temps drop to the high thirties, so they have to cover the pumpkins, but any lower and they're in trouble!
I love the way all the squashes are sorted and in bins. It's colorful, organized and looks abundant against the straw. Isn't fall beautiful in New England?