Things Trackers Need Ready

Greetings, elves!

We are just a couple of days away now. Questions on the minds of trackers everywhere — especially new tracker elves just joining us — include: What do I do now? How do I track Santa for Santa? What do I have to do to be ready?

Relax. We are here to help. That’s your first instruction. Always come here first to know what is happening and what you need to do.

In order to properly track Santa you need to make sure you have your workspace clean and orderly. You should have your computer, a good clock, a calendar, good seating arrangements and plenty of access to food and drinking water.

A good tracker is always hydrated.

You can also add a map of the world, a phone, and some good speakers to keep in tune with Kringle Radio.

For those moments when Santa is close to your area you might also want to have on hand a good pair of binoculars or a telescope. These devices usually require a lot of practice in their use because seeing something as high speed as Santa is kind of tricky. But you can try.

What else are you doing to prepare? Tell us in the comments below.

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Elf Roger Star
International Director of Santa Trackers at the North Pole Tracking Department
Roger is an experienced sleigh pilot, designer and flight engineer who has worked the past 42 years as a flight supervisor in the Tracking Department at the North Pole. Previous to that Roger served as a designer in the Research and Development Department during the crucial years of 1947-1974, an era known for breakout designs in Santa’s sleigh that broke long standing speed records. Roger was the lead designer of Santa’s 1968 sleigh, famous for surviving a brutal blizzard in Bavaria.

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