It is a busy Saturday at the North Pole. Saturdays are usually work days at the North Pole. We usually work until about noon. Sundays are off days at the North Pole (except on for when Christmas Eve falls on a Sunday, such as this year).
The North Pole Post Office, as expected, got slammed with mail on Thanksgiving Day. This happens every year.
Elf Hugo Slavia, the postmaster here at the North Pole, said he had the Post Office staffed with better than 5000 elves and he said that still wasn’t enough to keep up with all the incoming mail.
However, Elf Hugo said they were prepared for the rush and that things as of today are much better. Hugo will be in North Pole Chat later today to answer questions about the mail at the North Pole.
Yesterday’s chat with Elf Roger Star, the head of North Pole Flight Command, was well attended and exceptionally well reviewed. Many said they gained a lot of insights into what North Pole Flight Command does.
We try to update you on everything that happens at the North Pole and in support of Santa.
For example, in today’s North Pole Radio News report, Elf Crash Murphy talks about the test flights of Santa’s sleigh and what happens to the 12 sleighs they fly all year. To hear that report, click the button in the player above.