In the spirit of embracing their inner child, Nick Clark, Russell Steed, Jeff Handy and Bryson Frehner set out on a 36 hour journey to create their very own cardboard fort.
The cardboard castle consisted of 238 boxes and ended up being 40 feet wide and 25 feet in length. And if you were thinking of sneaking over the walls and invading, beware because the are 7-feet tall with four 11-foot pillars situated at each corner.
Watch the video above for a taste of this time-consuming task.
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