Mar 31, 2009

1 year ago - Anniversary

Today, one year ago Johannes and Frederikke did send the LEGO minifigs Jo-Jo and Frikke out to travel the world. They have been around a big part of the world - France, Japan, Canada, Bolivia, Peru, Greece ...

It did not happen as fast as we initially hoped and then they disappeared!

When we realized, that they had disappeared for real, we decided to send a search and rescue team out to find them. t3T as the new team is called, is well on its way. They have been in Australia and Panama and are now on their way to Holland.

Our hope is that t3T will be travelling faster around the world and that they will not get lost.

The goal is to cover even more countries and continents in the next 365 days.

Mar 30, 2009

Hispabrick Magazine article - # 04/09

Article about this blog in spanish AFOL magazine Hispabrick:

Spanish edition

English edition

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Mar 29, 2009

Portobelo, Panama

Portobello, originally uploaded by schioldannvoneyben.
Photo by Birgitte Gronnebaek

Local Durch supporting rescue team

Photo by Birgitte Gronnebaek

Panama Viejo

Panama Viejo, originally uploaded by schioldannvoneyben.
Photo by Birgitte Gronnebaek

ISP 3.2 ( International School of Panama )

Photo by Birgitte Gronnebaek

ISP t3T friends

Photo by Birgitte Gronnebaek

Rescue team has arrived in Panama – March 2009

The Lego rescue team has arrived in Panama and they have been so busy looking after Frikke and Jo-Jo that they haven’t had the time to send a message home.

The first place they searched was in the international school of Panama (ISP). Here they met some 3rd graders, who promised to help with the search in Panama.

Later that day they meet some local Lego men from Holland. They were also interested in helping.

Another day they went to the oldest city on the Pacific Coast Panama Viejo. This city was founded in 1519 and was the first European settlement along the Pacific. Unfortunately the city was burned by pirates in 1671 and today there are only ruins left and no signs of Frikke and Jojo.

After looking around for some days in Panama without result the rescue team decided to search at the Caribbean Coast of Panama in the old city called Portobelo (beautiful port). The name of the city was given by Christopher Columbus in 1502 on account of the beauty of its natural harbor.

But but but... Even though the rescue team asked a lot of people, local and tourists if they have seen Frikke and Jojo the answer was still : No signs of Frikke and Jojo in Panama!

Therefore the rescue team has now decided to continue their search in Holland as there are some rumors that they have been seen over there.

Good bye for now and we cross our fingers here in Panama that you will find our friends in Holland.

Kuna/Cuda Indian

Emma and Sarah