For the last few years TRH (The Retired Husband) has been gifted Lego sets by son #1. Last year we both did. It was my first ever own kit. Wall.E emerged into being only because I got expert tutoring to make it.
The glass bottom of the bottle apparently was made of pieces that all looked the same. To his ageing eyes.
His berthing endeavours were avidly watched by his father, Pekka-pappa, who is staying with us for a while. Despite offers of joining in with the construction, he very wisely chose only to observe. Don’t they look like two peas in a pod!
The HMS Leviathan, a 74-gun third-rate ship of the British Royal Navy, was launched on 9 October 1790. She fought at the Battle of Trafalgar under Henry William Bayntun, near the front of the windward column led by Admiral Lord Nelson.
In 1816, after the end of the Napoleonic Wars, she was converted into a prison ship. Sadly, in 1848 she was sold and broken up.
May we all sail in peace in 2019.