After Today’s meeting, we installed (mostly) Rick’s beautiful Dino Diorama at the Elmhurst LEGO store in the Queens Center Mall. This is another model jam-packed with little dino-details.  The car on the left is a wonderful rendering of the automated tour car from Jurassic Park – including screaming passenger.

If you get a chance, go check it out. It’s a wonderful model, and the pictures don’t really do it justice.


LUGBULK is closing this weekend! Make sure you fill in the order sheet!


We’ve opened up the second phase of LUGBULK.

If you haven’t gotten an email about it, and believe you should have, contact me or drop me a line in a comment.  This round of LUGBULK ordering needs to be done by the end of the day on the 12th, so get cracking.


Ice Planet Hoth

On January 15th, Brian, Tim & I dropped off this a new model in the Roosevelt Field LEGO store.

Star Wars was set “A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away….”

Ice Planet 2002 (Yes, that was the theme name, which sounded impressive when it was released in 1993, I remember it well.) was set a mere decade ago, on what I presume was a very cold planet.

I’ll apologize in advance for the quality of some of the photos, I was a little distracted when I took them in the store.

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