Wild Bill Hickory survives heart attack, earnings to roadside BBQ
October 10, 2017 - bbq set
Bill Richer gave adult on skeleton to build a grill grill after a year and a half of work, afterwards gifted a heart conflict that could have killed him.
On Oct. 10 he’ll be right behind during it, portion adult his hickory smoked pig with a grin on his face fitting that of a male with a new franchise on life.
Richer’s roadside grill trailer, 9840 County Road, Clarence, will be open for business 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday by Saturday. Same as before he announced skeleton to open a grill on Sheridan Drive, where Emily’s Diner used to be. Those skeleton are kaput, Richer said, due to diverging visions between him and his business partner.
“I motionless it wasn’t going to be a good fit between a dual of us, so I’m only going to stay where we am for a time being.” Instead of that grill he was forgetful of, now he has his sights set on building a pavilion subsequent year to preserve his customers.
Last month he had a heart attack, though he’s improved now, Richer said. “I went into a hospital, and we was really fortunate,” he said. “They stranded a stent in me and we was home a subsequent afternoon.”
He’s feeling too good to give a grill a rest. “I feel great,” he said. “I’m going to a gym today.”
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