Ok, so this track nearly beat me. Perhaps we got a little to adventures without enough tracks to carry it off. Indeed the balancing act with the bridges took about 45 minutes and then …. well … watch and see.
This week Granny was in town and was keen to help. Indeed she managed to build our most impressive bridge so far!
This week Keira was down with the flu as we did the track — You can see here just sitting in my lap for half of the build. Lucky we had uncle Connor staying with us. He managed to step in and help finish the track off (he also bought chips which is always are winner!).
Week 10! We’ve gone double digits 🙂 Arya is now picking and choosing which tracks to lay and then handing them to me. She also decides when we will finish filming at the end!
This weeks track went large rather than complex – and Arya was there to help with a blue bucket to put everything away in. Absolute trooper!
Week 8 was a bit of challenge – so far we’ve being sticking to the red carpet. Not sure that’s going to work much longer – we have too much track!
Week 7 took a little more time as Arya decided I was doing it all wrong … quite a few times. She was of course right – the end result was much better.
Week 3 and the youngest is my big helper on this one as Keira has being lured away by the TV.
Project Train Tracks is a year long project. Over 52 weeks the train tracks will get bigger and bigger.
Week 4 and to be honest I just love Keira at the start of this. She decided she would run around each of the sets.