I took the kids to Legoland at the weekend. Did you play with legos as a child? I did. My Mum and Dad in Scotland still have the box and it's the first thing that's dragged out when there are any kids visiting. My own two have a huge box of the stuff. Not to mention a large box of Duplos, in the basement, which we keep for any young kids who are visiting us. Oh my word, I'm turning into my parents! ;D
And though I don't do much building these days, I'm always amazed what you can build out of it. As you'd expect from Legoland, there are plenty of 'classic' pieces to look at: pirates, miniature towns from around the globe, airports complete with moving planes, windmills, farms, wild animals, Mount Rushmore, sea creatures, NASA, rockets, Egyptian pyramids, pirates, soldiers, etc, etc, etc.
|Famous for his fairytales - Hans Christian Andersen|
|I'm guessing this is a scene from Star Wars "The Phantom Menace",|
but will need to check with DS11
|If you press a button, the Cantina Band starts playing. Yeargh! ;D|
DD9 enjoyed her lunch which - naturally - included Lego-shaped chips.
But the prize for the most unusual Lego construction of the day must surely go to this. A bare bottom! Trust those crazy Danes to slip that one in there ;D
I'm off to hunt down a load of yellow bricks... Have a terrific Tuesday! :)