Neighborhood hamburger stand on the cheap

When I used to be in about the third grade, three or 4 neighbor boys and I got here up with an thought of how we may make some money. We would build a hamburger stand out of our yard sandbox. We have been getting a bit of outdated for the sandbox anyway, so we would as properly flip it right into a money-maker.

We determined to nail some two-by-fours into every nook of the sandbox then nail boards throughout the high to tie all of the nook posts collectively. We may put some plywood on high. Since the plywood wouldn’t be precisely degree, we figured the roof would seemingly shed rain water off one aspect.

We ended up with a small room with open sides. We constructed a counter alongside the entrance, the place we may promote our hamburgers. Mom had a two-burner hotplate in the basement, which we may plug right into a storage outlet and use to prepare dinner our hamburgers. This offered every thing we wanted for our business, besides the bread, meat, mustard, ketchup and pickle relish. But we had a plan for that.

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