Residents woke up Tuesday to find virtually every surface covered with the orange holiday icons.
There were pumpkins left on front porches and at front gates, on the front and back steps of a church and all along the boundary of the city park.
Larry Taylor said there weren't any pumpkins when he walked his dogs at about 10 p.m. on Monday in the town of about 330 residents, 110 miles southeast of Denver.
But by the time Postmaster Nancy Pennington drove to work at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, they were everywhere."
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