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@hckynut   Will any of those pumpkin seeds sprout next spring?  If so, you might be growing your own pumpkins.  This has happened to me a few times.

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@Carmie wrote:

@hckynut   Will any of those pumpkin seeds sprout next spring?  If so, you might be growing your own pumpkins.  This has happened to me a few times.

 

 

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Geez, I hope not. Little ones, fine. Those back breaking hard to pick up ones? A double I hope not!

 

 

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@godi   Nom nom, the deer are saying.  Thank you for your kindness. 

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My hair stylist was just telling me she takes all of her pumpkins to a local farm for the animals to eat and then you posted this pic... which by the way is a great pic.

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@godi 

 

 

YAY THEM!

@godi - a great photographer who also just happens to be a friend to the dear deers!  You rock Godi - so nice to see you take care of nature!

 

I love the pics you post.

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Our deer will eat all of the pumpkins and squash including the seeds.  They will even eat grapefruit rinds.  

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Such beautiful deer!  Thank you for your kindness helping to feed them.  We have deer in our yard too and I put out carrots and crackers for them.  Also, the pumkins too!  They are such gentle creatures!  

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They love pumpkin,they step on it to flatten them.

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