Nice! Planted indoor starts out in mid-June here in southern VT at altitude since late warm-up. Tough season here with July drought then August non-stop clouds and rain. Got 2 seven pound squash per vine planted 2’ apart in raised beds. Pollination problems with all the squashes this year, so that wasn’t too bad. One vine climbed the deer fence (made of concrete reinforcing wire) and did great-the strong vine held the squashes up. Tasty and meaty squash. Don’t know yet how well a winter keeper, but looks good with nice firm dry thick stems.
Do note that squash leaves are very edible and quite a nice green-they have a sweetness that is nice. Eaten worldwide. I pick them late season when production decreases and freeze for winter green side-dish or soups.