It means that the weather is cold enough for frost to form on the ground. It is the title of a famous poem by James Whitcomb Riley: WHEN the frost is on the punkin and the fodder's in the shock,
The first thing you should do is think like your in "disaster recovery mode." Take a legitimate assessment of the damages, check the weather to see just how cold it got, etc. If the frost was not too serious, then likely just the uppermost leaves of the pumpkin vines were affected. Start by cutting off anything obviously dead.
10 Pumpkin Poems. Pumpkin Poem or Two by Tony Hickman. All poem’s are copyrighted. Request to publish any poem requires permission by Tony Hickman. ... To keep away the killing frost A salmon or trout or even a sturgeon Because I’m damned if I can find, a young blond virgin.
When I awoke this morning, there was an autumn chill in the air and this poem in my head, along with visions of pumpkin patches and maple sugar trees. I remember reading the poem by James Whitcomb Riley as a child in a Wisconsin school room. You can hear it recited here or read it below: WHEN THE FROST IS ON THE PUNKIN
Frost on the Pumpkin? Posted by Masakim on November 15, 2002. In Reply to: Frost on the Pumpkin? posted by R. Berg on November 15, 2002 ... I haven't been able to find the text of the poem on-line. Its title is "When the Frost is on the Punkin," not "... the Pumpkin." WHEN the frost is on the punkin and the fodder's in the shock,
50+ videos Play all Mix - When the Frost is on the Pumpkin YouTube; Cal Smith - Country Bumpkin - Duration: 4:11. ... When the Frost is on the Punkin ~by James Whitcomb Riley ...
When the frost is on the punkin and the fodder’s in the shock, And you hear the kyouck and gobble of the struttin’ turkey-cock ...
All of these poems were written by Brownielocks. So they should not be on any other website but this one! They are all copyrighted. They are also all child-safe poems. Ode to a Pumpkin. I think that I shall never see, A pumpkin so big as a tree. A gourd that I could gut and carve Providing food so I'd never starve. A pumpkin so big it would be
When the frost is on the punkin and the fodder's in the shock, And you hear the kyouck and the gobble of the struttin' turkey-cock, And the clackin'; of the guineys and the cluckin' of the hens And the rooster's hallylooyer as he tiptoes on the fence; O it's then the times a feller is a-feelin' at his best, With the risin' sun to greet him from a night of peaceful r...
Translation “when there is frost on the pumpkin and all the corn is gathered and tied together out in the fields”. It’s like one of those song tunes you can’t get out of your head. “When the frost is on the punkin and the fodder’s in the shock!” On Sunday, we finally had a killing frost. It was a hoarfrost, matter of fact.