It’s been several weeks since we were all forced to stay at home due to the coronavirus outbreak. Since then, I’ve learned that I need new challenges to stay both happy and sane. For instance, there is just so much CNN, Netflix, Disney Plus, and hockey blogging my brain can absorb before my eyes get weary and I start getting this rotting feeling in my skull.
Desperately in need of a new activity, I have turned to stadium models. I’m not sure if this will entertain or infuriate me, but I’m all in.
When you take a look at the details of these things, you’re probably going to want one too.
First, Nats Park, which should have been raising its championship banner last week. The BRXLZ of Nationals Park is 12” x 10” x 3.5” (perfect for your desk!) and has 4,420 pieces. I recommend creating your own banner and putting it up in the outfield.
The Nats Park BRXLZ is currently on sale ($24 off) and on preorder. It was sold out for much of last season and just recently began taking orders again.
Ah! Oriole Park at Camden Yards. My favorite baseball stadium in MLB. This 3D puzzle features the warehouse and has 5,220 pieces.
The Oriole Park BRXLZ is also on sale ($24 off), but is shipping immediately.
There are also a few more interesting puzzles available. I’ll text-link a few that I think people around this area might be interested in.
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