Thanks, your info on Cream of Sask does not dampen my enthusiasm at all, in fact honest opinion is what keeps this forum from becoming like some of the nursery and seed sites, not everything can be as good as they claim LOL.
I do not expect to like all the varieties I try. I am hoping that maybe the cool ripening conditions may lend some sweetness to the cream of Sask.
I also have an orangeglo that is sizing up pretty well, I would measure it but I am afraid to touch it for fear it will fall off! Since my dismal failure last year ( see up thread) these are looking pretty good. It's sorta like having a cool pet and I have been tempted to name this melon because, other than grandkids, there is nothing on this farm that my husband has photographed so much. You have to understand, we do not get fresh grown watermelon up here, and not many people are able to successfully grow them, the season is too short.