When we moved from our house in McKenzie Lake to an apartment in Quarry Park, I had to give up my natural gas grill. It was over 15 years old and was showing signs of depreciation. I had updated some parts along the way, but with no natural gas hook-up in the apartment and the age, it was time for it to be scrapped. After a couple months in the apartment it became apparent I needed a grill. Not wanting to spend too much on a grill for a place we were not planning on staying long at, we hit Walmart and picked up a $150 grill.