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12 October 2011 - 6:55pm
No, we're not sharing our favorite lines from A Christmas Story ...
We're hard at work making decisions for 2012.
Yesterday's critical topic of debate was which fudge flavors to add to our line-up for the 2012 introduction of Happy Halloween Weekends.
We take our fudge flavors quite seriously, you see. Lots of research goes into even the tiniest decision.
Pumpkin Pie? Apple Pie? Hmmmm ... better take another nibble. Or two.
... plus we can't resist the opportunity to give our staff a little sugar.
Nathan brought a video camera along to the tasting and put together this sweet little video:
Your turn now - what other fudge flavors would be good for next year's Halloween event? I promise to pass along your ideas ...
5 October 2011 - 6:47pm
Not true! Not true!
A queue for Sue?
A queue for Drew?
A queue for who?
(Note: that last word really should be "whom," but it doesn't rhyme. Poetic license.)
A shuttle queue.
For campers who ... ... (ugh!) whose day is through.
Back to Lake Rudolph, whether RV, cabin or tent.
They'll line up here, their energy spent.
One last queue after riding all day.
Then hop on the shuttle and drive away.
Originally posted 8/30/07
4 October 2011 - 6:47pm
Okay, so that's about as dumb a subject line as I've ever conjured up ...
But if you've been dancing around putting off ordering your 2012 Season Passes, yet you want to purchase them at the lowest possible rate ... you've got till Sunday night to do it.
Sunday night, as in October 9, at 11:59 pm CDT.
The rest of this was first posted on 10/13/07
Once the second hand clicks to Monday, the prices go up.
Bettye, whom you may have met if you've stopped by Holiday Foods here in town, already has hers.
She asked me about when they would go on sale a number of weeks ago and I promised (and actually remembered!) to have a flyer mailed to her.
The next time I stopped by for groceries, Bettye happily proclaimed she'd already received her vouchers in the mail.
We ended up laughing so hard, we sort of held up the check-out line
You see, Bettye buys season passes for her family as Christmas presents every year. She told me she'd informed her daughter, "If anything happens to me -- the season pass vouchers for you and the grandkids are in the bottom drawer of my nightstand."
Her daughter, of course, was horrified.
"Mom! What do you mean, if anything would happen to you?"
Bettye and I cackled like a couple of hens at the thought of being on our deathbeds and drawing our loved ones near for one final, loving conversation: My darlings, be good to one another and know that I love you. And don't forget, your season pass vouchers are in the bottom drawer.