Not long ago, Little Man decided to spend a bit of money on getting his own LEGO® set. Of course, he wants something that will move and isn't too hard to build. He chose LEGO® set 42090 Getaway Truck. He told me later he picked that one over the Police Car because it had fewer parts. This set is in the Technic line, and more specifically, it is a pull-back vehicle. … [Read more...] about LEGO® set 42090 Getaway Truck
Now, you do realized that Valentines day is only a month away, right? Do you need some help in finding the right gift? What if you need to celebrate Singles Awareness Day? So whether you need to figure out valentines for a group of children, or adults, or an individual, friend or lover, I've got a few ideas for you. All pictures are linked to take you to our Bricklink … [Read more...] about Planning Ahead
The year is wrapping up. All outside education duties have been fulfilled for 2018. We are getting our last few days of 'school' in here at home. All the Christmas gifts have been purchased, though they still need wrapping. Though I put it off, our tree is finally up and we even have some outside lights courtesy my father-in-law. Learning Contentment We participated in … [Read more...] about Christmas Doings
Its not often you find a goof in a LEGO® set. Most often, its a missing piece. Contact LEGO® and they will be happy to send you a replacement. This time.... Unique Item Turns out LEGO® has never released the 4x4 dish in trans-yellow that wasn't a printed dish. So, we have a unique item!* *Since this is not a standard catalog item, it only shows up in the Bricklink … [Read more...] about Not like the others….
Storage. Necessary and yet boring. The bags sat in the garage until the Professor figured out where he could put them in the LEGO® room. This process took a few days of consideration and a half-hour of heavy lifting. Giant Bags of LEGO® Each one of these bags is a 3 full day part out, and the Professor likes to finish a bag once its started. And with the holidays upon us, it … [Read more...] about What do you do with 108k LEGO® elements? Part 3