This is supposed to be Omaha Pumpkin. I've grown Omahas before and these are not they. Some seed contamination, I guess. They're usually just a smaller, elongated version of your basic jack-o-lantern pumpkin. These are a bit wrinkled and very yellow instead of orange.
Golden Hubbard. Easy. Large. Screaming orange. Very long vines that wander. There is no doubt when the fruit is ready. They start out yellow, then turn orange-red. Try to take the stem off for long term storage. This is the only squash that does better without the stem. I can't get the stems off, so we'll be eating these soon. Protect them from rodents if you can. Our voles loved them. I'd do these again.