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Category Archives: solar
The other day a friend gave me a Fresnel lens that he removed from a projection television. It is huge, it measures 50 inches by 37 inches. We took and installed it in a wooden frame and have been experimenting …Read More...
Now that the seasons are changing in many areas, solar cooking safety becomes a bit more of a challenge with cloudy weather, cooler temperatures and shorter days. A good rule to follow for most solar cookers, especially homemade ones …Read More...
It was my birthday a while back and my daughter sent me a box of miscellaneous preparedness items, she thought I might like to look at. One of the items that I was aware of and had wanted to play …Read More...
Solar ovens are great, as long as the sun is shining brightly they compare well to your oven. But what about when you want to fry eggs or use the stove top. There is another type of solar cooker that …Read More...
As a result of last Saturday’s Solar Cook Off, I spent some time this morning talking to Paul Munsen of Global Sun Ovens. My initial reason for talking to him was that I wanted to find out the difference between …Read More...
At the solar cook off there were successes and near failures. I want to write about one of the near failures. This was something I have heard about in the past and have been told that it worked. Now this …Read More...
This last Saturday I had the opportunity to attend a Solar Cook off. The event lasted most of the day. We started cooking at about 10 am and ate a great potluck meal about 4 pm. There was wide variety …Read More...
This will probably only apply to people who live in Northern California. On Saturday Aug 3, there will be a Solar Cook-off at the LDS Church in Grass Valley located at 615 Hollow Way. It will start at 10 AM …Read More...
With all the heat waves that have been occurring lately this post will give you some tips on how to stay cool when the power is shut down and there is no air conditioning.
Hopefully you have an older home. …Read More...