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[[File:A Day In The Sun Part I|thumb|400px|left|A Day In The Sun Part II chronicles the events of the 1990 Tucson Solar Potluck. Segements include interviews with [[Barbara Kerr]] and [[Sherry Cole]], inventors of the Kerr-Cole Solar Box Cooker, which begins at 5:00.]]
 
[[File:A Day In The Sun Part I|thumb|400px|left|A Day In The Sun Part II chronicles the events of the 1990 Tucson Solar Potluck. Segements include interviews with [[Barbara Kerr]] and [[Sherry Cole]], inventors of the Kerr-Cole Solar Box Cooker, which begins at 5:00.]]
 
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Latest revision as of 18:44, August 1, 2014

Barbara Kerr and Sherry Cole

Barbara Kerr (left) and Sherry Cole

Sherry Cole and Barbara Kerr originated the cardboard solar box cooker in the 1970s in Arizona. Sherry passed away in December, 2011.

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A Day In The Sun Part I07:54

A Day In The Sun Part I

A Day In The Sun Part II chronicles the events of the 1990 Tucson Solar Potluck. Segements include interviews with Barbara Kerr and Sherry Cole, inventors of the Kerr-Cole Solar Box Cooker, which begins at 5:00.


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