Santa is still in the icy breezes of the North Atlantic and slowly making his way south. It may be interesting to see where he heads next as he has several options. Elves here at the North Pole are betting Santa will head towards Cuba.
St. John's has reported a Merry Christmas. From the sleigh cam we can see the weather there is really nasy with rain
and wind. Santa and the reindeer look like they are getting wet! It is not often that Santa has to weather rain. He has a weather resistant suit on, which is great in the snow. But when it is rain things are a bit more difficult to manage. This happens a couple of times each year. Mrs. Claus usually has five or six of Santa's suits on hand and elves here at the North Pole are ready to dispatch a new one to Santa anywhere in the world.
Two years ago Santa got caught in a swarm of bugs in South Australia and had to change his suit because it was covered in bugs.
Santa takes this all in good stride though. He'll do anything to bring believers a Merry Christmas.
Stay tuned to these pages for more news on Santa and Operation Merry Christmas 2005.
-- Elf Ernest, Santa's VP of Public Relations in the North Pole Newsroom
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