Santa just keeps heading south. Most recent reports place him at Anvers Island not too far from the South Pole.
The South Pole doesn't get much press but Santa does keep a base of operations there. Like many remote offices, the South Pole has a station staffed with elves who track Santa, follow the local weather and report on the local population year round for Santa. Although Santa doesn't have a workshop there he does keep a barn there for training new reindeer. The South Pole is an excellent place for reindeer training.
Yes, that is another secret of Santa. Everyone knows that he lives at the North Pole but not many know that Santa
has property in many countries to help keep the business of Christmas organized and on track. That is why I say
there are elves everywhere working for Santa. Almost anyone you meet could be an elf so you better be nice!
Santa reminds North American kids they should be getting to bed soon! The East Coast of the United States is coming up quick on Santa's schedule!
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
Links you might want to visit while you wait for Santa:
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