Monday, October 30, 2006

Ye Olde Pumpkin House

Anyone within driving distance of The Pumpkin House in Kenova should make it out to see this year's display. (This picture is from last year, and was taken by Dave Fatella.)

The Griffith's have erected a 20 foot tall, 30 foot wide wall o' pumpkins carved as orchestra instruments, and each pumpkin is computer programmed to light up when it's respective instrument is played during the 1812 Overture.

It's amazing.

8 comments:

Joshua Perdue said...

Fantastic picture. Did you take it?

The Film Geek said...
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The Film Geek said...

I didn't look hard enough. It was taken by Dave Fatella.

Off Route 75 said...

They were just really getting things set up when we went down Saturday evening. Maybe we'll be able to go back today.

The Film Geek said...

Do it, Off Route. It's worth the trip. And while there, get some Habitat for Humanity pumpkin bread, muffins or pumpkin butter. They are delicious, and for a good ol' progressive cause!

Ian C. said...

And in other news, a house burned down somewhere.

Seriously, is it still standing after Halloween?

Anathema Device said...

That is so cool!

Becca said...

I agree with anathema, that is soooooooo cool!