Father’s Day

I went to visit my family last weekend for Father’s Day, and I planned a little adventure with my dad I heard about on NPR while driving home from work on Friday. Check it out:

It took 30 balloons, a digital camera that shoots video and a kite string. My dad taught science for a few years and loves tech projects so I knew he’d love it. It was a fun adventure and video project, much better than buying him a tie or tools.

One thought on “Father’s Day

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