I really need a larger table to work with and more road plates, but with the space I have now, I could move everything onto one road so my siblings could put their buildings on the opposite side of the street. I'd really love to continue the road off to he left and make a wooded area and have the new forrest police and miner sets out there. I have the vision in my head, its just expensive.
@ LT, Yup I'm planning on getting the TH. Most likely for, or after, my birthday in March. I'm thinking ill put that next to the FB, but I'm not sure if I want it between it and the GE or on the other side with the PS on the right and then all my own modulars next to that when they're completed. And good call on the billboard. I was thinking of doing on GE style but I like your idea too, or something printed.
@ JackJonesPaw, I'll try and snap some pics of it later, I still have to complete the second floor and sidewalk, but the first floor is complete.
@ Artifex, I much prefer building cars than buildings! I originally wanted it to be residential buildings on the PS block and commercial buildings on the FB block, but for the time being I may move them all to one block.
@ TheBrickster, here's a little backstory on the name. Growing up, my bestfriend and I were very into Lego. Around 2005ish or so, we began to put a town together. It started small but eventually grew to take up most of his basement. I also had my own small town at my own house. We eventually combined the two in his basement and along with his brother's town, Legoredo was born. Mine was West Legoredo, his was East and his brother's was South. Then as the years progressed and we got older, we drifted apart a bit and both went into our lego dark ages. When I found this site, it rekindled my love for lego and my desire to have a town, so I set about rebuilding Legoredo. It wouldn't feel right if I called it anything but Legoredo.
And as for the origin of the name itself, that sign and name just seemed natural for our original town and the wild nature of it. I loved the western sets when I was younger and I still do, but the only one I ever had was the General Store and Bank. I actually rebuilt the general store but don't have room on the table for it and my modular bank uses the door, windows, and clerk from the western bank.
And yes, I know she is a keeper.
@ Lego 12V, thank you! I tried to do a bit of landscaping along the side to make it somewhat interesting and to show that there will eventually be woods there. I cent take credit for the segway, as I got the idea from a user here, though I cent remember who it was.
Edited by bootz, 26 January 2012 - 06:29 PM.