Ladies and gentlemen...
start your pumpkins! 

Organizers of the Pumpkin Festival in Half Moon Bay, California are offering a $25,000 prize to the person who can grow the first pumpkin weighing one ton.

The winning pumpkin must break the 2,000-pound threshold and be the heaviest pumpkin weighed in at the October 8th event.


Currently, the world record for heaviest-recorded pumpkin is 1,818.5 pounds, grown by Jim and Kelsey Bryson, of Wellington, Ontario. "It's only a matter of time before someone grows the first one-ton pumpkin, and it would be incredibly exciting to have that monumental landmark established right here," said organizer Cameron Palmer.

Are you going to the Pumpkin Festival?  Stay at Pillar Point RV Park:
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