Friday, September 20, 2013

A Day in the Park--Part 2



Here we are back
in the garden,
resuming our tour.
Our next display is
probably my favorite
of all of  the displays.




Isn't she a beauty?
Doesn't she look like
she is ready to take
off in flight? This
display was made
with 37,481 bricks




Moving farther into
the gardens we came
upon a "garden
employee."




Mr. Garden worker
is made of 37, 497 
bricks. He seems
pretty serious about
his job.




Over by one of the
larger fountains we
found this hanging out.




This pretty display
is made of 6,535 bricks.
It was somewhat hidden
and we almost missed
it!




As we continued on
these two were out
and about. Shh...




The rabbit is made
from 1,361 bricks.




The sly fox is made
from 17, 457 bricks.
I hope the rabbit knows
who is behind him!




The next displays are
AWESOME!
As you can imagine
they were out in the
field.




The Bison mother is
made from 45, 143
bricks.




I could not resist taking
a picture of the bird
perched on the rear
of the Bison. (There was
not a count listed for this)




On the other side of Mom
was the calf. It was made
of 16, 229 pieces.
They both look like they
are grazing in the field.




Bzzzzzzz....Look out!
Above your head. We
found this in the snack
pavillion. Maybe it was
hungry?




The bee is made with
16, 383 bricks.


What fun these were
to look at!
If you missed Part One,
you can find it here.

We have one more part
to this series so stay tuned!


~Keep on Dreaming~

15 comments:

  1. Mr. Garden Worker is really working. Can you imagine putting one of these together? so interesting...

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    1. Oh my gosh no!
      He is very talented.

      M : )

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  2. Oh, we have Got to go there! These are amazing, but my favorite is the butterfly! Thanks for sharing all your great pictures! Have a nice weekend! Twyla

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    1. Go before the 29th!
      They are all great.

      M : )

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  3. Amazing! Love the bee and the fox. Sounds like a fun place to visit!

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    1. It's a beautiful place and the legos
      are an added bonus!

      M : )

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  4. These are fabulous. I'm really taken with the bison mother and calf.

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    1. They were so cool to see up close!

      M : )

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  5. In Ames, the buffaloes were hidden in tall grass and hard to see.. I'm glad you got good pictures of them!

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    1. He is truly creative with legos.

      M : )

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  6. Melinda, I love your garden tour. Awesome art work. If I am ever that way, I am going to stop by this park and take a stroll. I just wanted to stop by and check in. I have not visited with you in a while, but I am back blogging again, so I just wanted to see how you were. Take care and pop in my blog sometime and look what I have been up to!

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    1. Welcome back! It is so good to see you again!
      I'll pop in soon.

      M : )

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  7. This is awesome, Melinda, and must have been a fun trip!! I love Legos. My youngest son made lots of them ... I think that's why he is so good at reading directions and putting things together. Nice visiting. Glad you are well. Linda

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    1. It was a fun day! We enjoyed them a lot.
      He can do more with them than I can.

      M : )

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