A few weekends ago, we attended the Maker Faire Atlanta with the DixieLUG group. You may remember me mentioning our exhibit. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect of the event, but let me tell you… it was pretty cool! Just so you know, this is a photo dump post, so it might take a bit
Normally about this time, I would have made a post regarding our DixieLUG meeting. We meet every two months, so the next meeting would have happened this past weekend. But guess what? DixieLUG exhibits at Maker Faire Atlanta 2016 next weekend! So, instead of meeting this weekend, just to get together and exhibit the following
Last month, after the Saturday morning LEGO Club meeting, we went our way to the DixieLUG July 2016 meeting. The girl was happy, since she got to build a frog and we were excited to hang out with other like-minded people. Where there’s LEGO, there’s fun…unless you’re stepping on a brick with bare feet… but
Last Saturday, we attended the May 2016 DixieLUG meeting. We ran a bit late, because we were out car shopping… so much so that we missed a big chunk of the meeting. Fortunately, we made it just in time for the contest and competition part. Our LUG Ambassador was kind enough to wait for us.
The latest DixieLUG meeting was just this past Saturday and it was a blast! Our numbers were down from the previous meetings, but that didn’t stop us from having some fun. The gang brought tons of new builds this month and plenty of variety: This was my favorite MOC this meeting: LEGO sent our
The last meeting of the Atlanta LEGO User Group, DixieLUG, was held on January 23rd. We had some snow that morning, so we weren’t sure if we would brave the elements or not. A dusting of snow has been known to shut down our area for days. Fortunately, Georgia got their act together before this
Last Saturday was the November DixieLUG meeting and it was a blast. Since the LUG group is getting ready to display at BrickFest Alabama January 2016, everyone have been working on moonbase MOCs. I’ve never worked on a moonbase design, much less been excited about space. However, I did try my hand at getting a moonbase
Earlier this year, we were invited to attend DixieLUG. If you don’t know what a LUG is, let me explain. LUG stands for LEGO User Group. It’s the vehicle that LEGO uses to help AFOLs (Adult Fans of LEGO) get together and hang out and share ideas. Each LUG is situated in areas where someone has specifically taking on the responsibility