PROJECT:Plant a Pumpkin 2008

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Log the number and a description of your found pumpkin in the below comments!

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8 Responses to “PROJECT:Plant a Pumpkin 2008”


  1. 1 Robin Young Oct 31st, 2008 at 9:39 am

    I found pumpkin #28/36.

    It’s got a red and green clay face and a red feather in it’s head. Dare I say it’s the old school Native American pumpkin?

    You ROCK, Carlsbad Crawl!!!

  2. 2 Ivanffy-Uhler Gallery Oct 31st, 2008 at 11:05 am

    We found pumpkin 26/36.

    Our pumpkin is sporting a monocle. We haven’t decided yet whether he’s “Colonel Klink” from Hogan’s Heroes or Batman’s greatest foe “The Penguin.”

    Thanks Carlsbad Crawl!

  3. 3 Boys & Girls Clubs of Carlsbad Oct 31st, 2008 at 12:39 pm

    We found Pumpkin #31/36

    The leaves are a nice touch…very creative!!
    The kids love it! Come check out the kid haunted house! 3:30-6pm

  4. 4 Sue Hopkins Oct 31st, 2008 at 4:34 pm

    What great project! Pumpkins #29/36 is at HomeLife Village Realtors. It’s beautiful, multi colored stripes. Very festive! I bet I could find it a great home!

  5. 5 Stormy Oct 31st, 2008 at 5:25 pm

    We found two of the pumpkins. We found #1 (Carl Crawl himself) watching over the fountain at the corner of Grand and State.
    We also found Lucky #13 a vertical striped multicolor pumpkin in front of the stores at the corner of Grand and State sitting on an air conditioning unit.
    Nearby we located another pumpkin but we didn’t have enough arms to carry it so we left it for another lucky person to find and hopefully log in. My arms are too sore to type from carrying Carl so I will sign off.
    Thanks Carlsbadcrawl!

  6. 6 Julie Ajdour Nov 2nd, 2008 at 10:33 am

    I found 6/36 at the Corner of Roosevelt and Grand. I was crossing the street with a boxful of donuts for a Halloween party. I’m glad the one I found was a Jack-Be-Little decorated with pipecleaners and googly eyes, because it was light enough to carry on top of the box.
    My 5 yr old son was THRILLED I found it. Esp. because he looked forever for one of your Easter eggs…
    Thanks for keeping our Village full of suprises!

  7. 7 Jersey Josh Nov 2nd, 2008 at 1:54 pm

    found pumpkin 10/36 on corner of jeff and laguna she sports a face with blue hair and a heart and peace sign on the other side.

  8. 8 Solie Nov 5th, 2008 at 7:17 pm

    Hi, this is Solie’s friend. I found one mini pumpkin on Nov. 1st sitting on the brick wall outside of Spin. By the time I got to the little guy he had seen better days. Unfortunately, some evil doer had ripped off his eyes and left them sitting next to him. More parts might have been missing but I guess I will never know the true extent of the torture he had to endure before I rescued him off the streets. Anyhow, despite being blind, my orphan pumpkin had a phenomenal headpiece that consisted of a large pink fuzzball that was attached to a smaller white fuzzball that anchored down his/her white paper shredding hair. My orphan also had two feathers attached to his/her number. One being a pale pink and the other was baby blue. Having both gender identifying colors on my orphan pumpkin made it difficult to determine the sex of my pumpkin, infact it is still a mystery to this day. Despite, it’s sexual ambiguity I love my pumpkin unconditionally.

    PS That was pumpkin #36

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