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A sign in the sky, Happy Birthday Pip! . . The raft seems to keep floating and we're on our way! What the witches did I don't know but a sign appears in the sky. A late happy Birthday Pip! Hope you had a great day! The island keeps getting further away and all we could see was water, lots of water. Did we sailing in the right way? Does it matter which way we go? The creatures on the island watched us leaving. Never see them when we were on the island, wondering what kind of creatures they are. Is it a friendly one? Unknown creatures on the island, a lot of fish under the raft. Surrounded by living creatures and still feeling lonely on a raft at the ocean. For how long? Meanwhile the airship is crashed and is burning down. Seems he is more inventive than expected. From the parts that aren't destroyed by the flames he made some sort of sailing boat. Can't have all the luck in the world but no luck is really not much luck. Finally he find his way to the ocean but ended up in a real storm....again.... Although it was dark as the night he could see something floating on the water. Why did this look so familiar? Where did he see this before? Anybody? What is this thing floating around in a storm? -------------------------------------------------- About this creation: It's in fact three seperate LXF files. All about 12,000 pieces. Adding new creations into old creations. I know, the little story isn't that great but it helps to get old creations getting back. I noticed that more and more Lego galleries are closing. The old LDD gallery is gone too together with the creations on it. What's the reason to destroy all those creations? Just to promote Lego life? I don't get it. Seems TLG wants to go back to core business, producing just sets but I think they will loose a part of their market. Nothing will stay by just being. The compatition will take what TLG will left behind. Is this the result of being the best and acting like it will last for ever? A lesson to be learned by everybody, if you are a business or a person. Keep trying to improve yourself and never take for granted what you have.

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