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Sunday, 28 October 2012

. . . and the pumpkins weigh . . .

The two Galeux d'Eysines Squash weighed 11kg and 11.5kg - surprisingly heavy, but these are densely fleshy gourmet squash and not your bog standard jack o'lantern pumpkins!

Here's a chart of the guesses - as you can see most people under-estimated. Zoe's deductions were along the right lines but then she went to far over the top! And Debs Dust Bunny, I thought you'd were bang on target but you then said 'combined' - so you ended up way off target.

The closest guesses were Su (I thought she'd get close), Geiger (brilliant estimating) and best of all .... drum roll .....

Cat of Stripes - a kilo short of the mark but an excellent guess - if you email your address to me: studio at celiahart dot co dot uk I'll pop a small prize in the post.

Thanks for taking part
Celia
xx

11 comments:

  1. Oh no.. I have lost all credibility in the pumpkin patch! : ) It was fun having a go.

    Now, when do we get to eat them?!

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  2. Well done on your graph skills! Ada :)

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  3. Over the top - that just about sums me up! Congrats to the winner though and thanks for the fun x

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  4. Oh well not even close! Great fun though and congrats to the winner.

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  5. Geiger has just come in from the rain (hallelujah! rain!)and is damply asleep on the spare bed, caring nought for pumpkins today.
    I enjoyed the game.

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  6. Wow! Those were some solid squash!!

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  7. Well done Cat of Stripes! Good to know I was close :-)

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  8. I knew I was rubbish. But not that rubbish ; )

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  9. Karina and Paul29 October 2012 09:40

    Haha not even close!! It was a bit of fun, thank you :O)

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  10. Oh well done to Cat of Stripes, I have met her and her husband, she has lovely hair.

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  11. Good heavens, I am surprised. They are great pumpkins though and I've had prior knowledge of them, if you see what I mean!

    Lovely to take part with so many others ...

    and Toffeeapple, you're making me blush!

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