Rick Swenson of Minnesota paddled a 1,086-pound pumpkin 26 miles down the Red River on Saturday to unofficially break a world record.
Rick Swenson of Minnesota paddled a 1,086-pound pumpkin 26 miles down the Red River on Saturday to unofficially break a world record. Michael Tufte Facebook video screengrab
Rick Swenson of Minnesota paddled a 1,086-pound pumpkin 26 miles down the Red River on Saturday to unofficially break a world record. Michael Tufte Facebook video screengrab

Man paddles giant pumpkin 26 miles down a river in world record effort

October 19, 2016 04:52 PM

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