Week 63…..When the work is done

lego; photography; minifigs; minfigures; world of minifigs; worldofminifigs

The snow clearing team decided to have a little fun whilst the Gaffer had his brew.

A month after the last attempt at it to snow, the weather decides it’s not quite springtime yet, and is still really winter. Yesterday we awoke to a small dump of the good old white stuff, and although the kids had  a brief spell rolling up a giant snowball, it didn’t last too long. Typically now it’s the start of the working week again, and we don’t have the time to go out and have fun, we get a reasonable accumulation overnight.

Well just because us humans haven’t the time to go out and play in it today, it doesn’t mean to say the Minifigs can’t. So once the crew had cleared the driveway again of snow, they set about having a spot of fun. Of course any snowman built by workmen was going to have a road cone for a hat, and for it’s nose as well. You see they aren’t really in the habit of carrying carrots to work with them in their lunch bags.

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10 comments on “Week 63…..When the work is done

  1. Now that, is pretty stinkin’ cute. Great idea!

  2. alythmum says:

    Pleased for you that you finally had your snow. Love the ideas you come up with. Bet your boys have had some great World Book costumes in their time. 😉

  3. Ah, great idea! I hope winter is going to be over soon though.
    We just got some new snow. Maybe I should try something like this…

  4. Chris says:

    We haven’t had much snow here. I worked the one day we had a bit of snow but it was gone within two hours.

  5. Foolish Lego says:

    Love the snow… But enough is enough! Fun and lovely shot again! 🙂

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