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The Lego Star Destroyer Project
(Fact #1: The box weighed 20 lbs.)

Here is the day by day progress, comments, issues and other random ranting as I complete what the Lego company is calling "The Largest Lego Set of All Time." I don't have any idea how long this project will require. As I prepare this page, I am already two days into the construction. I have been snapping photos of the model and taking notes all along the way.

It is my intention to add a new page to this journal (for you purists: "this blog") each day. The form these pages will take on the site has not been planned out in advance, so there is likely going to be format changes and additional graphics in the future.

So, let us get this started:

You really want your screen resolution set to 1024x768 or greater for these pages.
The Beginning
How I found it and what the heck am I going to do with it?
Day One
The assembly begins...
Day Two
The first day didn't scare me away. I'm back for more!
Day Three
Build, Inspect, Repeat.
Day Four
Moving forward, slowly.
Day Five
They even look powerful when made from Legos.
Day Six
Time for some body panel work.
Day Seven
Goal set, but I come up short.
Day Eight
What is more important: Star Wars or The Lord of the Rings?
Day Nine
Just what am I building again?
Day Ten
Begin stacking the decks - literally.
Day Eleven
I DID complete this project on Day 11! I DID have to stay up to the wee hours of the morning to do it, too!

By the way, any time I reference "Lego" or "Legos" I am using a registered trademark that belongs to The LEGO Group. You can check out their legal notice if you want to read it. In the same vein, "Star Wars" and any references to characters, vehicles or locations that are part of the Star Wars universe belong to Lucasfilm. They have a legal notice, too. I'm sure that my use of logos and reference to their trademarks is a violation of some interpretation of these notices. If any of them take issue with my use, they'll need to have their legal eagles contact me. Then I can change these pages into a commentary of the value of fan sites to the franchises.