With a focus on technique, share your methods of gutting, transferring, carving and lighting your jack-o-lantern.
UPDATE: Saw the first batch last night and they're on the smaller side of the scale this year..
But hopefully the more patches/stores I check out- the better the finds
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SuperSonic wrote:I've hauled in 3 already, and they are great in size, however rain is an issue for preserving them in Ontario.
Got some rain last night. But the size of the kins I have amassed, oh god, they are HUGE! I picked up 10 yesterday and 2 tonight. Will post pics of all 15/33 tomorrow.
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