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Rare (I think) LEGO Mountain Police Magazine!
I've heard from a LEGO YouTuber named BrickTsar that LEGO magazines with LEGO sets in small pouches attached to them are rarities in the USA. Here is a video that he made where he showcases a magazine like this:
On June 30th of this year, I found a LEGO Mountain Police Magazine at my local Barnes & Noble bookstore. When I saw it, I was so excited to get it. But, I didn't get it that day because my eldest sister was almost done paying for her items that she got at the time, and I didn't want to inconvenience her. (I did not take this picture here. The rest of the pictures were taken by me.)
However, I was able to get it today! There were a couple of copies of the magazine on the shelves in front of the cash registers. I believe that the magazine that I picked up was the same magazine that I saw fifteen days ago. At the same time, maybe it's just a coincidence.
Here's a picture of when I first got the magazine before I did a review video on it:
Now, here's a picture of the front of the magazine without the foil pouch:
Here are some more images:
This is a picture I took of the instructions. The instructions aren't inside the pouch and folded up, but rather they are inside the magazine. There is a story being told in the magazine, and part of the story involves "rebuilding" Ranger Ralph's Quad. If you're wondering, yes, that is the name of the officer driving the quad. Here it is:
Thank you all for visiting this update! Hopefully you'll be able to get this magazine as well. :-) ~ cheesy 7/15/2018
It's the final hours of 7 Eleven Day!
Today is July 11th 2018. Since it is the eleventh day of the seventh month, you can go to your local 7 Eleven store and get a FREE SLURPEE!!! I told my sister this earlier, and then she texted her friend this, and then her friend even got herself a free slurpee. Below are some images of a LEGO 7 Eleven store I built for the LDD Gallery on this day in 2016 at 5:19 PM. Have a good day! By cheesy. 7/11/2018