11 Months Until Christmas

Tracking SantaSnowy greetings from the North Pole!

It’s the 24th of the month and that means there are only 11 months until Santa rides again.

Seems a long way away, doesn’t it?

I know many of you feel that way but I don’t. In fact, when I look at the work before us I wonder if we will have the time to get it all done.

We’re hard at work already. January is about meetings and plans and goals and quotas and thinking how much we’ll need of this and that to get everything done.

It is far too early to worry or think about whether the reindeer are ready or if the suit fits or just what will be the big story of Christmas.

Last Christmas it was the Merry Prankster. The year before it was the missing reindeer. And the year before that it was the Big Building with No Name. Remember that?

January is about a lot of predictions for some people. What do you predict for us?

Me? I’ll just predict one thing: Christmas will be a lot of fun this year. And we can’t wait for it.

Elf Ernest

Launch Clock Reset for New Year

A heavy snowstorm has moved over the North Pole and it was a group of really slow moving elves who tramped their snowy feet into Santa’s office this morning. As is tradition Santa convened a meeting of Santa’s Council on the day after Christmas.

This select group of senior elves had one order of business for this traditional meeting: to set the time for Santa’s next launch of Operation Merry Christmas.

It is step #1 of a billion things that need to be done between now and when Santa launches again.

Once that time was decided upon — a process that took all of 30 seconds — Santa dismissed the meeting and declare today — indeed, all of this week — a holiday for all the elves at the North Pole. He did it as a thank you for their quality service this year.

Soon after this announcement was made a group of volunteer elves walked the grounds of the North Pole resetting the countdown clocks posted everywhere, including on all our websites.

How quickly it changes. Two days ago that countdown clock seemed to be moving at lightning speed. This morning — with those big numbers up there — it appears to be crawling.

It is hard to think of how far away it feels until Christmas is everywhere again. Here at the North Pole we live it every day and we love it.

But great things always begin small. And we think today’s small beginning to Operation Merry Christmas 2017 is a great start.

Merry Christmas!

Elf Ernest

Santa Thanks You for the Thank Yous

Tracking SantaIt has been a blessed Christmas day here at the North Pole. Believe it or not the North Pole Post Office has remained on the job but over the course of the last 36 hours or so the nature of mail has changed from wishlists to notes of gratitude and joy.

Santa is overwhelmed. He so appreciates your acknowledgement and spirit.

Hearts are merry even if bodies are tired here at the North Pole. It has been a blessed, snowy day as folks have celebrated with family, friends and loved ones.

It has been a fun season. Thanks for being here with us through it all. We hope the Spirit of Christmas strives within each of you daily and that you join us here often.

Merry Christmas!

Elf Ernest

Santa is Cheered in His Return to the North Pole

Tracking SantaSanta has returned to the North Pole.

The North Pole Christmas Party is now in full swing at the Claus residence.

And that does it for us for another year. Thank you for being a part of it. Merry Christmas to you no matter where you are!

Elf Ernest


Christmas Eve News
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Crucial links of interest:
Track Santa for Santa — Become an Elf!
See Santa on the World Map
Tracking Department Website
Email Santa your wishlist

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Santa Makes Final Visits to Pacific Islands

Tracking SantaSanta is in Pago Pago at this hour, making some of his final visits.

He’s got Mrs. Claus with him now and will begin his slow flight home.

Elf Ernest


Christmas Eve News
Click here to listen to the latest Kringle Radio News Report:

Crucial links of interest:
Track Santa for Santa — Become an Elf!
See Santa on the World Map
Tracking Department Website
Email Santa your wishlist

North Pole News