S1E166You need a boat or tube to get to this hotdog stand on a RIVER!
03:04 | 07.27.20 | NR | CC
You can’t drive to this Hotdog Stand! The Famous River Hotdog Man stand is in the middle of the Delaware River! Greg Crance is the man behind the Famous River Hotdog Man that floats in the middle of the Delaware River, just north of where George Washington crossed. He runs the stand and his tubing company, Delaware River Tubing with his son Yuuji Crance. You can’t drive there, you have to take a boat or tube down the river for a BBQ meal. He started the stand as a way to keep the river clean from all the people using the river for recreational use, so they would have a place to throw away their garbage or get a meal from him instead of bringing their own before continuing their adventure down the river.
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