15 ft. 2 3/4 inch Tall Tower . WOOHOOO !!! ... i got a new Tower ! ... "Whew!" ... after 3 weeks of waiting on the weather ... i FINALLY got a day with barely no wind or breeze what-so-ever ! ... and so, i was able to take advantage of this perfect day to join those 2 Lego Tower parts together ! ... so here it is ... my new 15 ft. 2 3/4 inch tall Tower !!! . Now before i get started, I would first like to say to all you kidos viewing this moc ...
*WARNING* ... DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME ! ... seriously, i'm not joking ... please DO NOT try it ... it's not worth falling off a ladder ... or worse yet, a roof ... and end up breaking an arm, or a leg, or your neck ... or WORSE ! ... seriously, it's not worth the risk (think about it).
I'm sure alot of you may be thinking right now ... "well, YOU'RE doing it !" ... and you're right, i am ... but only because i'm a professional roofer, and i have experience and with being WAY UP HIGH on ladders and roofs.
So with those words of caution out-of-the-way, here's my new Tower. =]
In this first pic, i'm attempting to hold 7 yardsticks (that are taped together) ... up beside the Tower ... but in the process, i almost knocked the tower down.
After the close-call of "almost" toppling my Tower ... i decided to remove the yardsticks, and illustrate the height with a tapemeasure instead. Yup, same height ... just a different angle. =]
In this earlier pic, i was attaching the last segment of my Tower to the top.
It was abit cloudy while i assembled the 2 segments of this tower together, but in this pic the sun finally came out ... well, at least it came out long enough to take this pic ... and good thing too, because most of the other pics were dark, and hard to see ... "whew", i'm glad i got at least one clear pic !
YIKES !!! ... i bumped into my Tower again ... not enough to make it fall, but enough to make it jiggle and freek me out !
"Whew!" ... that was a close one ... but my Tower is ok now. =]
Looking down, you can see most of the shape and design ... aside from the Tower base ... the rest of it is made up of LEGO axles, connectors, and a few other "thing-a-muh-jiggies". =]