I was out of town for a week, left instructions with my 21-year-old son to water and harvest beans, squash and cucumbers while I was gone and came back to a mostly intact, barely harvested garden. No complaints at all.
I came home to seven lemon squash (my son showed me one he had put in the fridge after photographing the six), one quite oversized and the rest perfect for eating. The oversized fruit was certainly not inedible, just had some seeds forming. After cooking, they were as tender as the rest. My only complaint is the lack of sunshiny yellow squash flavor. When reading reviews for this particular variety on Baker Creek Seeds (I got mine at their Connecticut store: Comstock Ferre & Co.), one common complaint was a lack of flavor. I agree with this assessment. I most likely will not grow this squash again. I really miss the deliciousness of heirloom crookneck or straightneck yellow squash.