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hoyatables: Hello from Arlington, VA

hoyatableshoyatables Member Posts: 873
edited March 2012 in Introduce yourself
Hi everyone. Like many of you, an AFOL who came out of my dark ages in my mid-20s. LOVED Legos as a kid in the '80s -- town, space, castle, and especially pirate in the waning days of my "Golden Age." Came back to Lego in the mid-2000s through a combination of Star Wars and the Modulars. I'm a land use geek by day, so the modulars really hit my sweet spot for urban planning. And I'm a geek in general, so the Star Wars theme is fun as well (OT only). Also digging on the DC superheroes -- Superman in Lego form is awesome.

Anyway, love the community here. And you may also find me at the LEGO stores at Potomac Mills, Arundel Mills, and Tysons!

- Dave


  • YellowcastleYellowcastle Administrator, Moderator Posts: 5,234
    Welcome to the Forum, Dave. I think you'll find that many of us have similar stories in our return from a dark age. :o) There are a couple of us here in NoVA. With Brickfair and 4 LEGO stores, it's definitely a LEGO hotspot. :o)
  • MCNwakeboardMCNwakeboard Member Posts: 320
    I'm also in the northern Virginia area and came out of my dark ages about 4 years ago. Welcome to the forum.
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