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Thursday, January 27, 2011


This small castle was constructed using set #6.

One can imagine a guard on the lookout keeping a watchful eye on the road below and all those who pass beneath the gate.

Like it's larger sibling, it makes a nice view from all sides.


Sunday, January 23, 2011


Cold winter nights bring thoughts of warm cozy places. My daughter had her own thoughts. Here's what she had to say:

This building reminds me of a log cabin. It brings back good memories about going camping during summer. I remember when I would wake up and get dressed and hurry downstairs. The car rides aways took so long. As soon as we got there I would get all excited. I used to go swimming all the time. Then we would go out for dinner. Once we went to IHOP. Sometimes we got to play on a playground. We went on alot of hikes too. When mom said we had to go to sleep I would stay up and read. Sometimes I would bring my Beanie Babies. I loved all the things you can do when you are camping. Sometimes we would go on long hikes. My sister had to be carried. Once we got back to our cabin we would usally ride our bikes. I used to think my bike was a pony. Now I know it’s just a bike. I think camping is fun for other people too. You can go on hikes, you can pick blackberries, you can ride your bike. Camping can be so much fun.

- Emma Seppeler
(daughter of William Seppeler)

This small cottage was built from set #6.

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