Peter's Monday Blog - New attraction in the Science & Discovery Section: The History of Science - Time Capsule Travel.
Hello, fellow WOE Friends! 9
Welcome back to the work week! For those of you who worked over the weekend, I hope you enjoy your days off during the week.
The WOE Short Story: Back to the Elevator in the Graveyard, Part 6. is now online! It's a little short, but I felt it is was a good place to end. Part 7. will be available on 2/17. I will be writing a passage for Father's Day to be included in Reflections this Friday. There will also be another passage the following Friday 6/21. I hope to be soon writing two separate WOE Short Stories a week, with each having a new part every week.
I have added new pictures and a short review of our trip to Universal and IOA last week. I did take some video, but since it was my first time shooting, I need some more work and need to learn how to edit before asking you to watch them. You can see the new pictures and a few unique pics at Peter's Pics (page is under Peter's Blog) or click the add below to go directly there.
Road trip - Yes, we are off on a road trip to Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, Tennessee. I am taking all of you with me! I am looking forward to spending quality time with Jennifer and Sally. But I hope to be sending pictures to our Instagram account, as well as sharing what we've been doing on my blog to make you feel included.
I will have plenty of pictures, videos, and reviews of our stay once we get back. The regular blog schedule of WOE Expansion, Tours/Updates, and Interviews/Stories will return on Friday, 6/21.
WOE Expansion Update: History of Science - Time Capsule Travel.
Inside the massive Science and Discovery Section of the new Complex, will be an amazing new attraction called: The History of Science - Time Capsule Journey. Climb into your Time Capsule and go back, way back, to the beginning of time and learn what scientist knew at that time and as we come forward.
Meet the most famous scientists in the world and see where they lived, went to school, and go into their laboratories. Understand what they knew and understand why some of their theories were ahead of their time.
The History of Science tour will amaze you in so many ways. See the experiments they performed, hear about their struggles, and the opposition to such forward thinking from their community and even their peers.
You will leave with a deeper appreciation of what we know and how we learned it when your Time Capsule arrives back at the station. Science buff or not, you could learn more in 45-minutes than in a lifetime.
Thanks for reading! I'll talk to you soon from Tennessee. Until next time,