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Kimberly man attempts to break Lincoln Log structure record

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David Stumpf attempts Guinness World Record for most Lincoln Logs used in a free standing structure (Photo courtesy of Fox 11)
David Stumpf attempts Guinness World Record for most Lincoln Logs used in a free standing structure (Photo courtesy of Fox 11)

KIMBERLY, WI (WTAQ) - A Kimberly man is attempting to break a Guinness World Record for the most Lincoln Logs used to building a free standing structure. 

The current record involves a group in Lincoln, Nebraska with more than 10,000 peices of the kids wooden toy. 

Dave Stumpf has been already put in more than 30 hours this past week, and hopes to have around 14,000 logs. 

"If you don't have no imagination, you know, you might as well forget it.  And then you've gotta be a kid at heart,” Stumpf tells Fox 11. 

Stumpf is building a castle and has spent around  $4,000 on Lincoln Logs. 

Stumpf has been toying with the idea of going for a Linolcon Log record for some time. 

"I said, 'Judy, I'm breaking that record!'  I have no idea why, it's just an urge," he explained.

Stumpf says he expects to hear back from the Guinness World Records committee in the next few days.

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