Here comes the minibus and the hunks and babe are ready for their holiday trip at the sunny beach, but where is everyone? It appears the beach is deserted and it is not going to stop the trio from enjoying themselves in this secluded beach.
We have arrived
This year, our Eurobricks member, 74louloute dreams of going for such wild vacation.
Eurobricks member, Anna has built a very interesting heart warming camp scene at the side of the lake. This family of 6 which comprised of 3 generations including their elderly old grandpa relaxing under the sun, while the Mr. Family Man is busy trying to catch some fish for dinner. You could not want the wife and children to be enjoying themselves on an empty stomach?
They appeared to be enjoying themselves very much
Take a look at this 1974 LEGO Vintage set of the 656 Car and Caravan, and now, take a look at this Adapted version of 656, Car and Caravan. It’s really amazing, having to see Classic Town Builder and Brickshelf member, Cran to share this sweet modification of his with our LEGO Community. I must admit that the Caravan is one of the features which I enjoy the most.
Adapted version of 656, Car and Caravan
Today, we take you sailing, in style. Dutch AFOL Daniel Z., known as DNL in the AFOL community, takes a break from castle-building, and builds some lovely yachts for a show in Norway, his current country of residence. He cleverly uses curved slopes to achieve a realistic hull shape. Now who’s that lady sunbathing on the cabin cruiser?
Let's go sailing...
... or just enjoy the sun
Leave your comments in the Eurobricks Town forum.
ACPin says this one reminds him of summer days gone by… Which is also the slightly nostalgic feeling I get from looking at it – because this colourful scene just screams “Classic Town” to me.
Doo Woop is fresh!
If the chilly weather outside is getting you down, you can join me in daydreaming of the lazy summer days – after all, they’re just around the corner… sort of. In the meantime, you could share your memories of Wildwoods with ACPin and welcome him to Eurobricks.
lcon21 builds this 6-wide coach that – in my humble opinion – fits in much better with the official City theme than many of its bigger MOC counterparts. So, people, make sure your luggage is in the storage compartment, climb on board, and take your seats, so the bus driver can fire up the engine. Bus driver, move… that… bus!
…to the lady of his heart. Colin (a.k.a. Cuahchic on Flickr or Basiliscus on Eurobricks) has a tradition of coming up with touching MOCs for Valentine’s Day. This time around he’s built a romantic Pavillion with a beautiful view for his fianceé Clare.
Have a peek at what's on the other side!
And before you say it – I know that all the commotion surrounding Valentine’s Day can sometimes be a pain… But let’s not forget that at the end of the day it’s all about love, and if that isn’t something worth celebrating, I just don’t know what is.
Don’t be late for your boarding or miss the flight at your own risk. With the Christmas celebration a few days away, expect the airport to be chaotic, as many travelers are making their way back to celebrate Christmas with their loved ones.
Thanks to Eurobricks Count, Matn for sharing this latest City 2010, 7567 Traveler impulse set review.
I love seeing modern adaptations of classic literature…especially when it involves timeless holiday classics such as Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. MOCPages user Chris Phipson recently posted his brilliant rendition of this classic story, adapting the characters and story to the MOCPages community. The overarching moral of the story is that we’re a community of builders and we should celebrate everyone’s MOC’s, regardless of who builds them. The story itself has some great writing coupled with excellent builds and presentation. I think my favorite detail in this MOC was the footsteps in the snow in front of Mr. Kelso’s house. That was just brilliant!
Head on over to Chris’ MOCPage and read his heartwarming holiday story. I’m sure he would appreciate a comment as well if you have time.
Eurobricks member 74 louloute has created an excellent little story with uniquely built LEGO characters:
Reindeer on Strike!
Check out the whole story on Eurobricks!