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David Schwinghamer  3210 E. Pershing Ave. 85032     North/central Phoenix

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Holly ...not a great tour candidate yet.  Stapley and Broadway in Mesa, AZ

Chris George  6508 N. 87th Way, Scottsdale, AZ  85250  East/Central Scottsdale  (committing to attending the tour, not sure about being a stop 'on' the tour, can I decide closer to the date?, if not, count me out at this time...)

Sheri & Bob Schmeckpeper

Baseline & Greenfield, Gilbert

(Doing cross streets for now. When we plot the map I'll give an address)

I think we can wait a week or two or six for a commitment. :)

Chris  George said:

(committing to attending the tour, not sure about being a stop 'on' the tour, can I decide closer to the date?, if not, count me out at this time...)

I'm committed for a great friend and wonderful person... like you. I might even bring my new solar oven and bake us some goodies.

Anthem: 43013 N. 43rd Drive 

I love cooking with my solar oven.



Maynhia Stott said:

I'm committed for a great friend and wonderful person... like you. I might even bring my new solar oven and bake us some goodies.

Anthem: 43013 N. 43rd Drive 

Cool....I'll make a decision at the 'we need to lock in the locations' point.



Sheri Schmeckpeper said:

I think we can wait a week or two or six for a commitment.

Chris  George said:

(committing to attending the tour, not sure about being a stop 'on' the tour, can I decide closer to the date?, if not, count me out at this time...)

I haven't tried mine yet. glad to know you have one, maybe you can give me some tips.

Holly Curtis said:

I love cooking with my solar oven.



Maynhia Stott said:

I'm committed for a great friend and wonderful person... like you. I might even bring my new solar oven and bake us some goodies.

Anthem: 43013 N. 43rd Drive 

Of course.  I usually cook dried beans and a grain.  It makes me feel empowered to be able to cook long term type storage food without power.  My recipe is as follows: water, dried beans (any kind), ham boullion or soup base...Comes out great every time....even for 20 year old pinto beans....be sure to start before noon so it has time to cook.  Of course, anything you cook in an oven will work too, but I usually cook beans to remind myself I can...and to have low cal, high fiber food choice.  If you have a small family to cook for, you can cook in quart jars and do 3 jars in the oven, 2 different kinds of beans and one grain.


Maynhia Stott said:

I haven't tried mine yet. glad to know you have one, maybe you can give me some tips.

Holly Curtis said:

I love cooking with my solar oven.



Maynhia Stott said:

I'm committed for a great friend and wonderful person... like you. I might even bring my new solar oven and bake us some goodies.

Anthem: 43013 N. 43rd Drive 

We were looking at the parabolic ovens. Cool stuff!

What type of oven is that?
Holly, you recipe sounds yummy I will try it this weekend.

Pout, pout Will not be able to attend. That is my annaversery and if I want to stay married I beter not miss that LOL. Maybe afer thatI I can contact each of you for a short looky loo. OH BTW I have water cycling in my system as of friday 9 March and will be more than happy to share what I have. Just  not on Apr 21.  

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