85 apple juice
389 hot dogs
11 of the biggest tortilla chip bags Costco has to sell (for nachos)
12 gallon bags of nacho cheese
4 gallon jars of jalapeños
21 loaves of pumpkin bread (sold by the loaf)
40 dozen cookies from the local bakery
875 bags of chips, doritos and cheetos
720 bottles of water
890 shaved ice
That means I lifted all of that stuff onto wagons, towed it to the snack bar and unloaded all the drinks into huge ice chests, adding ice to keep it cold. I only made maybe 100 of the shaved ice.
It went pretty well considering we lost one employee right off the bat to hurt feelings. It happens when you have high school kids to work with. Short handed, we were so organized all went rather well ... until the hot dog cooker decided to croak and the ice machine got sick.
Someone turned off the water to the ice machine, so we were behind the eight ball from the start. As happens with freezers .. ladies you know of what I speak ... it iced up. In the middle of the biggest day so far, it had to be defrosted. That left us short of ice.
In the end I was cooling water and soda with the melted ice turned cold water. It being movie night, didn't help any at all. We were swamped. At long last I shut down the snack bar at 7:30, an hour later than normal.
I came home and crashed into bed, exhausted. Unfortunately for me, I have to do it again today. I just keep thinking about all that diesel fuel I'm going to buy from my wages.
I can't wait to get back to the calm and quiet of 500 school kids on Monday.