Burns takes his staff to Mount Useful for a team-building exercise,the object being to reach a cabin at the top. Paired with Homer,Burns cheats and they reach their destination but experience cabin fever when snowed in by an avalanche. Eventually Homer uses a propane stove to turn the cabin into a sled that sends them back to safety. Written by
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Mr. Burns and Homer being trapped and going insane in a cabin partially refers to "In a Far Country", by Jack London where two men from such different backgrounds that they had nothing in common and they soon began to get on each other's nerves. See more
Homer is wearing his green backpack when he and Burns get on the snowmobile to race to the cabin first, but it disappears when they get there. See more
According to the map the cabin should be right here.
Hey, maybe there is no cabin. Maybe it's one of them, uh, metaphorical things.
Oh yeah, yeah. Like, maybe the cabin is the place inside each of us created by our goodwill and teamwork.
They said there'd be sandwiches.
References The Gold Rush