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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Signs - Two Stories of Fun

A nearby store for the kiddies. Silly me - I thought I could bring my granddaughter here and just walk in and browse! A-ha-ha-ha! Afraid not! Tickets at the door will send you back $21.00; if you buy on-line you will save $5.25 each. Click here to see what is all inside.



Here's the side view of "Le-La" the giraffe. To give you an estimate of how tall she is, what is the average size of sliding entrance doors? 6.5 feet? 7 feet?



For more fun signs, please visit Lesley here.

22 comments:

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

WOW!!! I am speechless. Where is this? I forgot where y'all are.

Brian Miller said...

oh man...we love legos....we go to the lego store once a year....it is 3 hours away...its like a trip to mecca for my boys...ha

the island guy said...

Love that giraffe! I had tons of fun with my legos when I was a kid... one of my best toys ever!

Wendy said...

Holy Crap, Pat!!! You *seriously* have to pay to go into the Lego store?!?
I wouldn't go!
Especially since they charge TWENTY-ONE BUCKS!!!
That's Highway Robbery!!!
Unbelievable!

Oh well...
Hope you and Lilly had fun!
=-)

Marleen said...

That giraffe is amazing!

lindaakacraftygardener said...

My grandson would love, love, love to visit there ... he is a lego nut!

RedPat said...

You have to pay them to let you come in to buy stuff! I don't think so!!

Lynn said...

That's pretty amazing. Is the giraffe really made out of Legos? they must superglue them together or something to keep them from getting stolen.

Eva Gallant said...

There was a huge Lego store at the Mall of America in Minneapolis. Amazing!

Jim said...

Impressive.

Fragrant Liar said...

That there Le-La's a lotta Legos! I bet that place would be fun. I'd also bet I'd get into trouble and be a poor example for the kiddos. Best not to take me in, Pat!

AllyJo said...

Love this giraffe. I also love your incredible header photo. Breath taking!!

Adam said...

I never had legos as a child

thirtysevenandcounting said...

In the words of my dearly departed dad - "OUTRAGEOUS!"

I'm satisfied with your outdoor pictures. That's enough Legos for me!

~Lindy

Gemma Wiseman said...

Lego has been an incredible feature of young lives for so many years! And still it stands tall in this internet world!

Valerie said...

Amazing. Still, I bet the kids love it in there if the parents can afford to take them.

RamblingRound said...

These giant Lego creations are just amazing! But I wouldn't pay that much to get in.

islandwonder said...

What a fun sign for the kids!!

Jeannine Breton said...

That was amazing! Kids of all ages would love this place.
Thanks for sharing.

I like your neat picture.

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

What a cool store!! I'd definitely like to visit this!

Donna B. said...

My grand sons are ALL ABOUT LEGOS and LEGOLAND. Frequently here in Henderson and Las Vegas there will be various displays of figures built with Legos here and there. When I come upon them, I always take a photo and send it to them.

When I visit, Lego building and creativity is always on the agenda!

Lynda said...

I just discovered within the last month these LegoLand places - - - - not in person but online. They do look like fun. Some cost more than others depending on what's inside - - or if it's a theme park.
You and Lily will have fun when you do go I'll bet.