Finding experiences in a COVID lock down experience is difficult at times, even here at the Campfire and we are full of ideas. Life can be redundant and downright awful if you allow it but that is not what you came here for.
We set off first to experiment with siphons and vacuum. To top it off, we learned about primary colors by mixing food coloring in it all.
It was pretty fun and we learned a lot this morning.
Then, from Goodwill, we pulled out a prize from 1990.
Whitewings Paper Air Planes. Plastic wrapped and everything!
This was no perferated plug and play, it is necessary to carefully follow directions, use glue and cut the parts out. Some of our first plane is still drying.
One of the notable things about unboxing a 30 year old kit is the club application. It required a stamp and did not ask for an email address.
After checking to see if the company is still around we gave it a go. Perhaps we can join the club!
Meanwhile, my wife shipped out a few orders from her business. You can shop there if you want. Her Ebay Business.
Meanwhile,my daughter practiced her piano. She is coming along nicely!
Things warmed up a little, and I was able to provide fresh water for the ducks.
Overall, we are aiming to stay engaged during these trying times. I encourage you to do the same.