We attended the Camp Sunshine annual Pumpkin Festival in Freeport on Saturday. Stacked on towers, lining the streets, covering the lawns. Everywhere you looked, it seemed, jack-o'-lanterns were giving you the creepy eyeball. If you are not a fan of the aroma of carved pumpkins, this town was not the place to be Saturday. With the band, The Ghost of Paul Revere, playing in the background, you could carve an orange gourd for a $10 donation to the camp and place your carved wonder among the 10,000 or so covering the grounds of LL Bean. Camp Sunshine is a retreat for children dealing with life-threatening illnesses and their families. Since the festival's inception in 2003, this event has raised in excess of one million dollars. Elenka was bored. I thought it was fun, spending time among the 'scary faces'. We both enjoyed our dinner at the Broad Arrow Tavern at the Harraseeket Inn, however.