Lego Potter
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Lego Potter

Lego Potter: Mount Tobebuilt

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Bricks in flight

I have a shed full of bags of bricks. Cafe Corner, Parisian Restaurant, Maersk Train and way too many others.

Buckets of bricks to sort and sets to build. A lot of them I’ll likely never make, just file the instructions away and put the bricks into the general collection.

On that note, I’m moving away from my Sistema storage system into something from Aldi that promises to be more useful and space efficient.




Verb: To act in a vague or unmotivated way; to fuss about with unimportant things.

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