Minnesota Family Creates Lego Video of Duluth’s Lift Bridge
Quarantine has been giving everyone some extra time to work on projects, and the results have been so much fun to see.
A Coon Rapids family created a lego version of their vacation up to the North Shore. Michael Ness posted the video on Facebook saying:
Our entire family had a blast working together to recreate one of our favorite activities to do up north. There is so much we love about the north shore! But one of our most favorite things is watching the boats in Canal Park and learning about Minnesota history. We can’t wait to go back up north for a vacation!
The video is done in the stop-motion style and features the family as lego characters visiting Canal Park in Duluth to watch ships go in and out under the lift bridge.
The video was made as an entry into a contest being put on by Oddessy Resorts that is asking people to recreate the north shore. Not only did this video enter the family into the contest, but it was also the winning entry. Well done Ness family, and congratulations on the win.