All around our North Poll, the frosty hills and arctic air, are alive “With The Sound of Music”

 

 

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Radio station KOLD is broadcasting 24-7 at the North Pole.
TRIVIA: (Radio Station call signs west of the Mississippi begin with the letter K. In the east they begin with W.)
(Canadian signs begin with "C" and Mexican call signs begin with "X")

We can wave back at the DJ thru the foggy studio window.
This young teenage elf holds the radio up to his ear and the two of them dance to the music!
(they play it so laud our kids are going to go deaf)
GET DOWN!!

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We turn back the clock for this photo of last year’s post-Christmas celebration.
Our Host & Hostess are skating on the pond at Midnight last New Year’s Eve.
(even the bears are drunk)

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I am a serious espresso aficionado! The single espresso is called a ristretto.
I’ll have a double (espresso doppio) every time!
The Cappuccino is an espresso with a dollop of foamed milk or whipped cream on the top. it is not named after the long white beards of the Capuchin Friars, as many believe.
It is named after the white hoods that cover their heads, just as the cream covers the coffee!! 

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This is the power plant. It supplies energy for all of the North Pole bells & whistles.
It is powered by CLEAN GREEN NUCLEAR ENERGY!

The chief electrician elf was experimenting with, ”SMART METERS.”
They were found to be not so “smart” after the meters melted a moat around the plant.
(Just think what damage they can do to your brain.)
Want proof? (There is no “opt out” option in liberal Maryland.)
I was forced to accept a “smart meter” at my house!
This Christmas card is but one scary afterbirth!

 

 

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Our North Pole ‘floats’ on the Arctic Ocean
Penguins, Purpose, and Walrus abound

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Where does the Easter Bunny vacation?
On Santa’s ‘expert’ ski slope of course.
He is about to attempt a 360 spin jump over a mogul, in the middle of the ski run!
OUCH!… CAN’T LOOK!!

This Concludes our brief tour of Santa’s habitat.
(There are over 100 pieces in this display. So much stuff, so little mailbox space! )

Sunday we travel 4,243.88 miles (6,829.85 kilometers) to our final two day Christmas Card adventure
God Bless,

Bernie