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It arrived at 7:25.
Not a big deal, but confusing.
Very well packed with crumpled paper.
I'm thinking of building the jet tonight and taking the elephant to the park tomorrow- maybe the bison will be visible!
I've struggled to not build those sets already!
Wife = not happy.
Me on the other hand....
Flying in on the 9th and back on the 11th
I had trouble deciding between Rivendell or Mos Eisley but went with the latter since it should retire first.
My wife and I always contemplated road tripping from WA to CA, but never pulled the trigger. Now that we're doing it from eastern MT to WA, it doesn't seem so bad.
#41728 might be cool if I didn't already have so many restaurant sets, often new releases are similar subject matter - not sure if that's uninspired or if good for new fans. Either way, not an additional purchase from me, lately I try to avoid being gotta catch em all
For now, I'm just sorting by color. Eventually the main colors will get divided into bricks, plates, slopes, etc. Some colors don't get subdivided, like pink: I have so little that it's easy enough to dump that tub on the bed and see what I have.
Those remasters of Classic Pirates are looking mighty tempting too...
But on top of that, I managed to get out of the lot about 16-20 classic space sets, (3 fully complete) and the rest missing in total about 150 pieces. Highlights would be galaxy explorer (the one before 1990), #6986, #6955, #6781. Ialso found parts of #6953 and #6987, including the cratered baseplate. I'm stoked to get them completed.
And more so I convinced the guy to sell them for merely pennies, as I only wanted the missing parts from the initial castle sets, lol. Little did I know what was in the box.
Especially since the only alternate is Eurobricks and they booted me without warning or the courtesy of clear reason... so I truly have nowhere else to go, myself.
@Huw and other UK members, what's British law on Non-Profit Orgs? Could Brickset be chartered as one of those?