Patrick had some unfortunate day today. The sun was behind the clouds so he had to resort to leftovers from previous food cooked in the Sun. Looks like there is snow coming in tonight so it will be interesting to see what is next. Read More
Great day for solar cooking today. Patrick, with some help from Suzi makes steak, pork, eggplant, and a bunch of other sides. He is able to feed the whole team and even manages to get some cake out to everyone. Read More
Sunny sparkly morning and time for some spring cleaning. Patrick heats up some food and tests a bunch of other things on Day 32. Gary Starr is in town and the two share some food in the evening. Use More Sun. Read More
Rainy, reading and research day for Patrick. His mind fills with solar cooking opportunities and gear for powering and lighting your camp. Veggie chili heats up in the GoSun Sport for a warm meal. Read More
The team cooks another meal for Patrick. Pad thai, chocolate brownies, twice baked potatoes rounded out the solar menu. Sun baking cats, a visit to a local nursery and friends makes Day 30 a great day. Read More
The team caught Patrick some salmon for lunch and made desert in the GoSun Go. Patrick does some R&D on a new product and on the GoSun Grill and is able to get it hotter than ever with the Turbo Accellerator. Good days. Read More
Patrick starts out the day with Ryan at the warehouse then it is off to a DHL event where CEO Greg Hewitt announced that in an effort to reduce their carbon footprint, DHL plans on running 50% of their fleet on electric. Read More
Ohio weather in March made for a weird day weather wise. A mix of strong sun then flakes of heavy snow are intermittent throughout the day. We find out again that we can cook in snow with GoSun. Read More
Davey Jones does the cooking for Patrick today. Lamb meatballs and minted peas are on tap for Patrick's palette today. Davey's passion for cooking is clearly a positive contribution to the 40 Days of Sunshine. Read More
Overnight eggs in the GoSun Sport
starts the day. Grey day cooking went well, the Sport always seems to pull it off. Lots of good food to be had on a cloudy day including slow roasted chicken, lentils and homemade power bars.
Hazy skies in the morning while cooking banana bread in the grill. Patrick and Emily spent the day on Oz Farm Sanctuary
. The farm works as a place where injured animals can to go get better and live in peace. Thank you Sun.
Weather forecast is good until about 11AM. Patrick decides to step up the calories a bit so he makes biscuits and gravy, pizza, calzones and Thai noodle soup. Then he sets the grill up so that it is preheated for tomorrow.
Flying home from Florida in a contemplative mood, Patrick chips some ice off of the GoSun Station when he gets back. Solar cooking in the snow and ice produces some good clean food to nourish a weary traveller. Read More
Patrick says goodbye to dad and meets up with friends Rasun and Marvin Rouse. They cook up they all enjoy some food together. Good friends, good music, good food. Everyone shares good times around the GoSun. Read More
A smoky start to day 20 followed by abundant sunshine. Patrick met with Tony who formerly served with the British Armed forces. Lots of wind, kayaking, kite surfing and family rounds off Patricks 20th day. Time to celebrate. Read More
Spending the day with dad at this softball game. Eating on Day 19 was about prepping some food and getting the sun to do the rest. Absorbing sunlight, Patrick shows us that there is a trick to determining how much sun is left in a day. Read More
It’s a beach day for Patrick, with lunch on the boardwalk from the GoSun Sport and Go and body surfing in the breakers. The day ends in the Everglades, catching the last hour of sunlight and making new friends as he settles in among the gators. Read More
Cooking on the stern of a sailboat in the morning, Patrick and friends take the GoSun Go on the high seas. Before setting sail, the GoSun Grill is loaded with the evenings meal. Back on shore, they enjoy a hot and delicious meal. Read More
After researching the realities of cooking on a boat, Patrick prepares for his next adventure. With good food and great friends, the afternoon is spent poolside exploring a beautiful garden. The day ends with an awesome gadget – a drone! Read More
Demo day at an Ace Hardware store and the sun is out. A bunch of people get to enjoy some wholesome solar cooked food and Patrick starts the day with something cheesy and hot. Fuel free, no smoke and happy adopters of GoSun technology. Read More
Today's adventure is on the water. Fishing with Thadeus Ragan
thanks to Seatask
and as usual, cooked up some food in the GoSun Sport and the GoSun Go. There was plenty to go around so good food was shared with some new friends.
Cooking with the team at GoSun HQ again today. Peter, Suzi, Austin and the team all pitch in to send Patrick off to his next destination. The team harnessed the power of the Sun to make a great lunch for everyone who was close-by. Use More Sun.
The Sun is out and it's time to cook some food. Patrick is at GoSun HQ and cooks a bunch of chicken wings and veggies in the GoSun Station to share with everyone. It seems that the forecast is good for Patrick and the rest of the team.
Mostly cloudy again so Patrick used the GoSun Sport to heat up some leftovers. Cloudy rainy days are great for some warm food and a book. Mostly cloudy days are also great for making some granola in a solar stove. Read More
Patrick is back in Ohio, where over 3.0” of rain has fallen in the past 48 hours. A quarter of the way through the 40 Days of Sunshine, Patrick selects food that can handle cooking over many hours. Battling the clouds, this is his first hot meal in days. Read More
Returning to Ohio, Patrick’s 40 Days of Sunshine has found its first major challenge – cloudy grey skies and rain. Through the mud and flooding, Patrick makes a meal of veggie burgers and superfood. Let’s hope the sun comes back soon. Read More
After eating a tasty breakfast in Florida, Patrick cleans out a GoSun Sport and heads off to the beach to play in the waves while cooking some shrimp. Cooking with Brian and Carlie then some relaxing time with Skipper on the couch. Read More
Patrick is solar cooking on the move. He stops at an RV Park, makes some new friends and as always cooks some great looking food. In this leg of the challenge the weather is looking good. Read More
Today in Orlando, Florida Patrick met with Rob Greenfield. His website says he is an Adventurer, an Activist, and a Humanitarian. We think he is so much more. He does what he can and is seriously inspiring. Read More
Sunny days are easy, especially when you don’t have far to go. The GoSun Grill and I got a chance to stretch our legs. It was in the sun at first light and was slow boiling water by 9:30 for coffee and oatmeal. Read More
Again, the day was long and the sun was good to us. We woke in the pine forest and then went exploring one of the world’s largest springs pushing 400,000 gallons per second of clear, fresh water. Read More
A fantastic day. Not a whole lot more to say. Sunlight, scenery and amazing meals. We timed everything perfect. Living the GoSun life is a great way to spend this next 36 days. Fantastic days ahead. Read More
Life is good down on the bayou. The morning fog split over the Mississippi with the sun in chaotic bursts. Our shadow test and the edge of cloud effect got us running back to the rig to get cookin'. Read More
Flight above the clouds gave a nice opportunity to see the sunrise. Fog in New Orleans cleared upon landing and the creole cooking was on. New Orleans just after Mardi gras was a good start. Read More
To commemorate his 40th trip around the Sun, GoSun’s founder, Patrick Sherwin, will be traveling the USA, eating only solar cooked food for 40 days. This is going to be a real challenge. Read More