Now, unfortunatly I couldn`t attend this one for the weekend, and due to the girlfriend's accident I couldn`t hop over for a single day neither to make pictures and all for the usual reporting. So the Social Media guy had to be creative... and make a report from a distance.
Thanks to Saskia Roch, from now on labelled as "the Agent", I could get pictures from all over the place to make this overview as usual. The Agent actually did a spectacular job, sending me about 600 pictures for the coverage this morning, so after some sorting, here we go.
As the doors opened, the people could start enjoying this lovely event again.
Now mind you, I wasn`t there myself, so I might get a boo-boo left or right about a name or a detail picture included, but heck, you get the eye candy so what is there to complain...
So let's make a virtual tour around the venue and look at all the great MOCs presented.
The Artic theme was present, as was a city street bursting with life.
Pretty bird mosaics
A world war 2 museum exhibition
The lovely Paradisa build which I really admired in Liege earlier this year.
Even the venerable Fabuland had a place at Limburg!
A huge Westermeijer building.
A collection of all the Creator "deluxe" cars and sets Lego released.
Amazings brought along some of their works of art, and Hans had some pretty mosaics with him once again.
This Brick Mania, both "club projects" where present again, in the form of both the Time Traveller as well as the habitat module about "Lego: My Hobby" (and which reminds me once more that I really need to build mine, shame on me).
Of course, every LEGO fan looks to add something to it's collection or search for the missing elements to complete a build. They where also catered for during this event.
During the day, the young... and the errm, not so young anymore... could enjoy playing with the Minecraft range as well as the playmat for the smallest of us.
On saturday evening, it was all fun and games after the visitors parted and dinner was had (a BBQ by Barbelicious... I`m still cursing on missing that one out).
Games included building the highest tower with 2x4 bricks
And blindfolded building.
Another great event, and one I sadly couldn`t attend, but I hope everyone enjoyed themselves and want to thank all that visited!
In a few days, I`ll be making the traditional Blogpost entry with links to all the pictures those present wanted to share, and then it`s time to count down to Brick Mania Antwerp, the weekend of the 12th of november in Waagnatie Antwerpen. Hope to see you all again there!