The City That Rudy Built

Rudy built this fun place to give the Disney Theme ride in Fantasy Land “It’s A Small World” and the new Legoland theme park and water park some competition.  The city was easy enough to build, but it only worked for people that were shrunk down to the size of a mouse.  Rudy created a shrink ray that he called his Rudy Tooter and it allowed any person to be shrunk down to mouse size for 4 hours.  The price of admission included a free hot air balloon ride, a helicopter ride, a bus ride, a taxi ride, a boat ride, a walking trip over 4 bridges and all the ice cream that you could eat.

Written for Imagination Plantation by Nova Namastè who asks that I write a short paragraph about what’s happening in the image above.  Create a pingback to this image and Tag three bloggers to write their own story.
I was tagged by Li of Tao Talk and I usually don’t tag other bloggers, because it makes me feel like I am enabling chain mail, but I will tag
Victoria Ray because of her wild imagination
Jina Bazzar because this will be a nice break for her
And the teller of tales Cage Dunn
Please feel free to restrain from responding to the tag if you like, as I am issuing each one of you a Get Out Of A Tag Free Card.

12 thoughts on “The City That Rudy Built

  1. Sounds like a fun place to visit, but I don’t think I would want to be shrunk down to the size of a mouse, even for just four hours. What if something went wrong, like in that movie, “The Fly”?

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    1. I bet it was Peter. I went on this Fantastic Voyage once where I was part of a submarine crew who were all shrunk down to microscopic size and we ventured into the body of an injured scientist to repair damage to his brain.

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    1. If you get larger before the 4 hours are up, then you have to be evicted from the amusement park, so you don’t cause an earthquake. There is a lot going on in this picture and it would probably be best if one of your son’s could describe it for you.

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