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    Pacific Northwest, USA
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    Trains, taste-testing for local brewers and distillers, baseball, and of course... LEGO!


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    USA - Oregon
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  1. Just remembering my youth...
  2. I nominate this for "The best use of the name George Clooney in an invective" award!
  3. Yup! That's pretty much I see. The operators of these rigs drive fast when empty and even faster when loaded.
  4. A simple working truck... hauling a logging trailer, is something I see nearly every day. I live in the Pacific Northwest of the US, This type of truck is an unsung hero of the logging industry here. The only thing I can say is if you intend on making it a "logging industry" specific vehicle, would be to add some method of keeping the logs from accidentally entering the cab of the truck. I'm sure the drivers would be quite grateful of the gesture. But otherwise... Well done!
  5. Nice use of forced perspective... Well done!
  6. Oh to be young again... to feel the wind rushing through my now ever-thinning hair. It makes me want to go for a drive! Very nice work indeed.
  7. What it sounds like to me is that our favorite interlocking brick is going to cost us a bit more to purchase no matter what flavor we get out of the deal.
  8. Well played, Sir!
  9. This was always the argument given to explain the US Air Force's (and Navy's) F-4 Phantom.
  10. A rather unique concept that was well executed. Nicely done! The hot tub on the roof is a nice touch.
  11. You know... A cynical person might say that LEGO is trying to put an end to the secondary sales market by making the bricks dissolve away after X many years.
  12. The diorama gives your model a much greater sense of scale. Well done!
  13. Canadian, eh? Glad to have you. Welcome aboard!
  14. Very nicely done! I always like natural light for exterior shots. It adds that "little something" extra to the realism of the build. Question... What piece did you use for the corbels under the dormer?