Winter is the season that the Resort really turns into a lunch destination for the snowmobile crowd. That means lots of burgers, chicken, and bacon cooked over the grill. When the grill goes down, the lunch crowd doesn’t get fed. As you can guess, that’s what happened. I don’t know how old the grill was, but I do know it had seen a lot of use even just over the two summers Jake and I worked here and certainly since we took over this past June. It was bound to happen at some point, but why…oh why…now??
|Part of Jake's "fun" commute.|
Yes, you read correctly. As we unpacked miles of cardboard, plastic, and parts, we quickly discovered that the main front of our four-burner grill had only three knobs. Hmmm. Our eyes wide (especially Jake’s), we went back to the big box and looked at the picture on the front. Sure enough, three knobs…and the words, “Three Burner Grill.” Aaarrrggghhh! In essence, we just paid $500 for a grill we didn’t want, had to use, and couldn’t take back. (But it sure is pretty.)