Five Cub Scout packs came together last winter in Buckley, Washington, to see what kinds of things they could build with Lego bricks. The results included a tower of tiny blocks that stood taller than 70 inches, castles connected by a tiny zip line on which tiny Lego people could ride, and other creations that required bright minds and steady hands.
You can read more about the Brick Scouts Jamboree in the June 2011 issue of Boys’ Life.
Here are some more amazing Lego creations from around the world.
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