A beautiful autumn day to honor Uncle Ray
Pumpkins by the hundreds were hauled by the Radio Flyer wagonload and rolled to awaiting car trunks at the annual Uncle Ray's Pumpkin Day.
The pumpkin patch at the Brian Sillinpaa farm was opened up to the masses Sept. 26.
"There will be about 1,600 pumpkins taken out of here today--maybe 2,000," said Sillinpaa, who carries on the tradition of "Uncle Ray" Sonnenberg, who died a few years ago.
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