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Seaside Dock

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One fine Saturday morning, Ted went out to the local seaside dock and started his normal fishing routine. He had a couple nibbles here and there, when suddenly his hook snagged on something. It wasn't the normal tug and pull he had with the blue gill before, this was just an easy grab kind-of-deal. It was a bottle! Typical to find in these waters. But as he observed it closely, there was something inside it. A piece of wadded paper. After he struggled taking it out, he read the note. It was a SOS message from a shipwrecked mini-figure stranded on an island out in the North Atlantic Ocean. It contained estimated coordinates to reach him. Ted's regular Saturday morning had just been shaken up, big time.

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This is my newest Lego Ideas project. It coincides with my former idea Lost at Sea. It contains one mini-figure and fishing pole, a lantern, a fish, a frog, a sand bucket, and the bottle and SOS letter. The dock is the main build in this set. It has detailed railings and is great for any mini-figure to go fishing.

Seaside Dock is my first project in almost a year! It includes 128 parts and pieces. I would recommend the price to be $10 - $20 (£8 - £15 or €10 - €20).

Thank you for taking a look and please support and leave a comment!

~Hawkibro123~