It just happens that Daylight savings ended today so an early start was really early. The boys don't usually get driven around early morning out of town so it was pretty novel for them to see fog in the fields as we drove along.
We got there a little early, just as the hard working Rob Deakin was putting the signs out, so we ducked down to Lydiard street for a coffee and hot chocolate and then raced back. Almost no cars there in the carpark when we left but by the time we came back there were quite a few excited bodies piling out of cars.
We trundled upstairs and were amazed to see Ryan McNaught's "Elvis" Sky Crane, which he built this year for Brickvention 2013, as we came through the entrance.
|You can get some idea of the scale from the A4 folder on the table.|
|We'd already seen this in the Lego magazine which we got in the mail last week. B2 just realised as I'm typing this that it was the same one.|
|We got a laugh from this warning sign on the Lego Star Wars table.|
After a quick house build we were ready to continue. We saw giant Steampunk ships, Star Wars creations, buildings, trains, vikings, a huge Friends display and some MOC aircraft. After that there was only one thing to do ... some more building. I'll add some more photos as time permits.
|Asleep, light on, Lego book in hand.|