If you have not checked out the COMET network, you should. You don’t even need cable to get the network. I can pull their shows off our TV antenna. This month COMET is looking to the future with a new crop of films that show where we might end up! You could be battling the cosmos with Flash Gordon or playing a game of Rollerball with LL Cool J! Available on television digi-networks and online at CometTV.com, COMET offers something for everyone and has an incredible array of movies that you simply can’t get with a subscription to streaming platforms like Netflix, Amazon, or Hulu. Thanks to COMET, I’m giving away a space pack on my dad blog. The prize pack consists of a spaceman USB light, rock candy sticks, and packs of Pop Rocks.
Journey To Space is a fascinating documentary about space travel. The film starts with the Space Shuttle, which is the world’s first reusable, piloted space craft. Even more impressive is that the Space Shuttle was powered by a computer less powerful than today’s smartphones. The documentary also spent a little time on the International Space Station (ISS), but most of the movie covered our future journey to Mars. In my opinion, Journey To Space is a must-see documentary for everyone. Thanks to Shout! Factory, I’m giving away three Blu-rays on my dad blog. Journey To Space is available now on Blu-ray and 4K. Continue reading for some fun science experiments and to find out how to win the Blu-ray.
A lot of people think about going to the water park on a hot day, but water parks are also fun on rainy days. At least that has been our experience. We went to Evergreen Wings and Waves Waterpark over the weekend. It was an awesome experience for several reasons. First, it was rainy and in the 50’s outside. But inside the water park it was in the balmy 80’s. Second, it was a ton fun to go shooting down the fast slides from a Boeing 747 aircraft sitting on the roof of the building. And finally, we also got to check out all the cool airplanes in the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum right next door.