This is a continuation of this thread: http://vegetables.boards.net/thread/463/cushaw-white-jonathan-pumpkin-squash
I planted a Cushaw White squash, this year. It was my last seed of the variety (I tried to grow it in the past, and used most of the seeds that year, but it had too much shade and didn't produce). This year, it had plenty of sun (and I started it early, before transplanting it).
It grew four very large, white fruits, and one smaller white fruit. It grew very large vines quickly and vigorously, which only stopped growing after the plant had its fruits and a bunch of squash bugs. Squash bugs infested it, but they didn't kill the plant.
Today, I harvested the four large fruits, which were all ripe (the closest tendril of each had shriveled). The small fruit had softened and had squash bugs all over it. I got the bugs off and after discovering that it was soft, squashed it. It looked like a spaghetti squash inside.