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Rudy Fun Corner: Lake Rudolph Mad Lib

Mad lib fun! Fill out the word list below.LR-Mad-Libs-Story

  1. superhero ______________________
  2. adjective _______________________
  3. age of grandparent _______________
  4. verb __________________________
  5. woodworking tool ________________
  6. type of dance ____________________
  7. describe a frog ___________________
  8. zoo animal ______________________
  9. illness __________________________
  10. breakfast food ____________________
  11. body part _______________________
  12. describe a monster ________________
  13. kitchen cleaner ___________________
  14. activity _________________________
  15. part of body ______________________
  16. famous actor ______________________
  17. color ____________________________
  18. type of flower _____________________
  19. article of clothing __________________
  20. strong emotion ____________________
  21. adjective ________________________

Now … apply your words to the story below about a family trip to Lake Rudolph. Try to keep from laughing as you read your story!

Lake Rudolph Camping Trip

It was finally here … our annual family vacation to Lake Rudolph! Dad spent the entire morning acting like _____________ (1), running from room to room and packing our _______________ (2) camping gear. It only took him ______ (3) years to get it all rounded up. I could already tell this was going to be a ____________ (4) trip.

We got all of ten miles down the road before he remembered that he’d forgotten the _____________ (5). No clue what he needed that for! He muttered something about getting one at the Camp Store and onward we drove.

Two hundred miles and a ______________ (6) or two later, we finally arrived at Lake Rudolph. I couldn’t even describe how happy I was to be there. I felt like kissing a ____________ (7)   ___________ (8)!

We drove down to our Rudolph’s Christmas Cabin and began unpacking. Mom suddenly came down with a case of ____________ (9). We decided it was a side effect of the ______________ (10) she had for breakfast that morning. Boy am I glad I didn’t eat any. Her _____________ (11) turned bright purple with orange spots. Weird! She looked like a _____________ (12) monster, so I hightailed it out of there and headed to the pool. Dad stayed behind to disinfect everything she touched with_____________ (13).  Just in case it was remotely contagious.

While _______________ (14) at the pool my ___________ (15) started to burn so I put on sunscreen. That taken care of, I scanned the crowd and started to people watch. I thought I saw _______________________ (16), but it was just some dude that looked like him. #WhyDon’tIEverSeeFamousPeople

Back to people watching. Yikes! Mom flopped down beside me wearing ___________ (17) lipstick with ______________ (18) in her hair. I don’t think she was fully recovered because she began to eat her ____________ (19) and then started ____________ (20) hysterically. Must be the fever. I loaded her up in the golf car and we went back to our cabin. Dad sent her to bed to recover.

Mom was better by morning and back to her ______________ (21) self. We played mini golf, swam in the pool, and decorated for the golf car parade later that night. Our family vacation was back to normal. Thank goodness!

*Download and print the PDFs of our Word List and Mad Libs Story.

**If you’d like, email us your story and we may share it on our blog or Facebook. Send your story to Have fun!

Rudy’s Recipe: BBQ Bacon Chicken Kabobs

This recipe had me hooked at bacon.

BBQ Bacon Chicken Kabobs

You Need:

  • 1 lb. chicken cut into bite size pieces
  • ½ lb. bacon strips
  • 1 red pepper chopped
  • 1 onion chopped
  • salt & pepper
  • Your favorite BBQ Sauce

Make ‘Em:

Heat the grill and chop the chicken and vegetables into bite size pieces.

Assemble the kabobs by alternating between the ingredients. Chicken, bacon, red pepper, onion, chicken, bacon, red … you get the point. 🙂

Sprinkle with salt & pepper.

Place them on the grill and brush with your favorite BBQ Sauce. Cook until chicken is done. Internal temp of 165°.

Yum … BBQ and bacon. And chicken!

– Recipe courtesy of

Rudy’s Fun Corner: Coloring Page

Break out your crayons! By the way, this isn’t just a kid activity … Mom and Dad should get in on the fun too. Have a coloring contest with your family.

Here’s a fun Rudy and Santa coloring page for you. We’d love it if you shared a photo of your finished product on our Facebook page. 🙂

Download and print a PDF of the coloring page by clicking here. You can see a photo of the coloring page below.


Merry Christmas in July!

It is only appropriate that we celebrate Christmas in July … being that we’re located in the Christmas themed town of Santa Claus, Indiana.

Rudolph made a few visits to Rental RVs.

To celebrate, we’re offering  a One Week Rental RV Sale!

Stay in a Standard Rental RV or a King Size Rental RV for a minimum of two nights and receive a $40 total savings. Here are the details …

  • Your stay must be Sunday through Thursday between July 13th and August 28th, 2014.
  • Your reservation must be made between July 10th and July 16th, 2014, ONLY.
  • Rate for Standard Rental RV:  $125 per night (from $145)
  • Rate for King Size Rental RV:  $160 per night (from $180)
  • Discount will be applied upon check in.
  • Existing or previous reservations can only be extended, not changed, to obtain the promotional rate.
  • Call 1-877-478-3657 or Reserve Online.

Rudy’s Recipe: Grilled Pasta Packets

Grilled Pasta Packets

You Need:

  • 1 lb spaghetti, cooked slightly less than al dente per package instructions (subtract 1 minute from cooking time)
  • 6 roma tomatoes, seeded and chopped
  • 1 cup fresh basil leaves, chopped coarsely
  • 4 oz fresh goat cheese
  • 1 lemon, cut into 6 wedges
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/4 tsp fresh ground black pepper
  • 3 cloves garlic, finely minced
  • 3 Tbsp olive oil

Make ‘Em:

Preheat grill to medium heat.

Cut one dozen 8×12″ pieces of aluminum foil.  Layer foil so that you are using 2 per packet.  In a bowl, toss together pasta, chopped tomato, basil, salt, pepper, garlic and olive oil.  Spoon one serving of pasta mixture (1 1/4 cups) into the center of each packet.  Squeeze lemon wedge over pasta before adding to packet.  Spoon a few teaspoons of goat cheese into packet.

Bring long edges of foil together, then roll to secure.  Roll edges of packet to form a closed space (do not squeeze out all air).

Reduce grill heat to low, then place packets on grill.  Cook for 10-12 minutes, shaking packets halfway through cooking.

Remove from grill and serve immediately.

– Recipe courtesy of

Happy Independence Day!