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December 12

Well today it turns out to be a great day. The air is pure, light wind with a little overcast and light snow falling. Today is training for the reindeer! Today is one of the most exhausting days that the reindeer do. I have alerted my elves from around the world to set up certain types of obstacle courses and training’s for the reindeer to work through. They will be out all day and part of the night going all over the world completing this training. Why do they do this you ask? Well, it is to keep the reindeer in shape for the big trip. They need to stay strong, fast and limber. You see everywhere in the world doesn’t have the same kind of climates or the same kind of geological make up. That means they have different types of land, like mountains or sand, rainforests, ect.

We had a starting line set up here at the North Pole and the finish line was here at the North Pole. The reindeer lined up, ready in their stance, everyone standing around waiting for the take off, “GOOO!” I yelled and away they went. The reindeer took off with such a strong force that they blew up snow when they took off flying. Each reindeer was equipped with a tracking device and a small camera so we can track where they are and see what is going on back at the control room. So as they took off, we went to the control room.

As we turned on the monitor and the radar we started picking up images. The reindeer, whom just took off, were almost at there first stop. The outback in Australia! The reindeer had to go through flying in the midst of the desert as well as having to do 5 take offs and landings in the sand. Then they were to fly across the Indian Ocean and get as close to the water as possible and fly to Brazil. Once in Brazil they were to make their way through the rainforest, dodging trees and vines and they had to fly through 5 hoops placed strategically by my elves down there. Once they managed to find all 5 and fly through them they could exit the rainforest and head straightaway to the Swiss Alps.

When they reach the Swiss Alps they would have to practice pinpoint landing by landing on the tip top of 5 mountain peaks and balance themselves on each peak for 2 minutes. Upon completion of the Swiss Alps they got a 30 minute break and it was off again. This time to the Hawaiian Islands where they had to Island hop, across to the United States where they then had to jump the Rocky Mountains, run the plains of Texas and make it through the treacherous swamps of Florida. Finally it was a fast flight over to Big Ben in England, down to the Coliseum of Rome and up to circle the Eiffel Tower of Paris and then a straight race back to the North Pole!

Just to let you know, they all made it safe and sound and passed with “flying” colors. When they got home they had a nice meal and went straight to bed!! HO HO HO!! They did well, I am very proud of them! Goodnight and sleep tight!!!

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