Life off the grid in the SW Texas desert. An experiment in sustainable living. NUMBERS AT THE END OF EACH BLOG POST: temp at 8PM,high temp,low temp,rainfall,wind conditions(CalmBreezyWindyGusty). Live streaming video at http://ustre.am/TM8N
Looks delicious, solar chef.
Yea, I've gotta say, that looks good! Any thoughts on joining that meal up with solar-distilled water....or perhaps a solar-distilled martini?On a more serious note, I had to procure an iPhone for one child (birthday, graduation, commissioning, wedding present) and a new laptop for another (solar-powered Dell Mini 10, she's off on a Peace Corps mission and they have spotty electricity where she is going), so, NO CANON G-10 YET. But, I'm thinking of doing an iPhone photo thing, since that's all I have to capture light right now.How's your 3G reception out there....?
Looks awfully tasty.I can't believe you are still wearing your crocs even after you almost stepped on not one but two diamond backs!!!
You sure must be having an appetite !
What is that on the bread? Avocado with cheese slices? Must say the chicken looks good also, do you not partake of beef?
Dinner is served!
I've got to get one of those solar ovens. Here in Garland, Texas, it's sunny and blistering hot -- perfect for a solar oven.Now, if I can just come up with about $200 (http://www.solarovens.org/).
I'm impressed. I don't cook well in a regular kitchen!
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