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Storm Chasers

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THE STORY

Just like any other day, Pat Parcel works in one of the smallest post offices in the US. In Wichita, Kansas. The area is known for its tornadoes, but it has been quiet for a while.

As soon as Pat walks outside with the hand truck full with letters, the trouble is about to start. All letters are flying everywhere and even his bicycle and the parking sign have been caught by the tornado which suddenly arose.

It seems that the tornado turns into another direction and does not demolish his post office. In the meantime the, in the area famous, storm chasers Keanu McStorm and Skylar Azure are present to capture every single detail of this phenomenon. They are willing to risk their lives for science in order to predict future tornadoes better.


THE SET

This set consists of three elements:

  • A tornado. I kept it a bit small so that it is still a playable item.
  • A post office with manager Pat Parcel.
  • The storm chasers van with storm chasers Keanu McStorm and Skylar Azure.

THE TORNADO

This has been built with various bricks, plates and tiles to give it a rough look. Along its way it has
taken the letters, bicycle, road sign and a wooden plate. To illustrate its severeness.

THE POST OFFICE

Loyal manager Pat Parcel is working each day in this small office. It has a stove, a scale for weighing
parcels, pigeonholes for the letters and a desk to serve customers.

STORM CHASERS VAN

This van is heavily equipped and ready to roll. Keanu McStorm and Skylar Azure use this van to
track and trace tornadoes and storms in order to serve science. The van has a lab area with
measuring equipment, computers and storage capacity for the portable radar. They even have a list
of tornado names and the statistics on a poster. They have come well prepared.

WHY I CREATED THIS SET

So far I know does Lego not have a set with topics on tornadoes or storm chasers.
With this set kids can re-enact the storm chasers or be loyal Pat Parcel who is trying to capture his letters.

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