Nat Jordan, a 16-year-old student at Cape Elizabeth High School, started thinking last winter about what he wanted to do this summer.

“Last summer I was really bored,” he said. “I wanted to have a way to make money. I looked at Craigslist and online forums, and there were some dishwashing jobs, but I wanted to do something that would maybe be more interesting.”

So he raised more than $2,500 on Kickstarter to build a mobile lemonade stand perched on a tricycle that he can ride around the Old Port. He’s still waiting on local and state permits and is hoping to get his health inspection sometime this week. Jordan, whose father is a sports reporter at the Press Herald, could be pedaling by Aug. 15, he said. He’s getting a late start this year, so he plans to ride on Saturdays after school starts.

WHAT HE WILL SELL: Lemonade, strawberry lemonade and limeade.

HOW MUCH: $2.50 or $3 for 16-ounce cups, and $4.50 or $5 for 24-ounce cups.

HOW TO FIND HIM: Check his Facebook page for a launch date.