One of the more serious topics consistently pursued at SantaTrackers.net among tracker elves is the setup and design of the home tracking center.
It is a topic of interest as well to casual trackers of Santa, too. What does it look like? How do you do it?
Elf Hugo reports that these questions are coming in more everyday to the North Pole Post Office, which is not unusual as the world prepared to track Santa Claus.
Santa and the North Pole strongly encourage a safe, clean and festive tracking environment. Santa also strong encourages that creative measures are taken to avoid incurring any added costs to this endeavor.
With that in mind, here are some suggestions:
1. Get a map or a globe.
2. If you have an extra small Christmas tree, put it up.
3. Bookmark the Official North Pole websites of SantaUpdate.com, NorthPoleFlightCommand.com and SantaTrackers.net
4. Play Kringle Radio in the background as you track. It’s commercial free, has great music and will provide LIVE radio updates of Santa as he makes his way around the world.
Use other means of decoration with lights and festive elements (the more hand-made the better) that best reflect your Christmas tastes and personality.
For more information about home tracking centers, please listen to the North Pole Radio News report in the player above.