Track Santa With Google Earth

FriscoCharlie Dec 24, 2007

  1. FriscoCharlie

    FriscoCharlie Staff Member TrainBoard Supporter

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    Thought I might catch him heading home this morning but I missed it. :(

    Charlie
     
  2. ulie

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    you didn't miss him. He's still on Hawaii, and staying there for a very long vacation until he has to go home for the next season:bear-biggrin::bear-biggrin::bear-biggrin:
     
  3. Stourbridge Lion

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    He left a little something extra again this year; IT'S SNOWING!!!!!!!

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  4. Stourbridge Lion

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    NORAD says 1 billion checked out Santa's flight

    COLORADO SPRINGS (AP) - The North American Aerospace Defense Command expects the number of hits to its Santa Claus tracking Web site to top 1 billion this year.

    Nearly 1,000 volunteers staffed the telephones Monday answering questions from the young and young at heart about Santa's whereabouts.

    Last year there were 435,000 phone calls.

    The most popular questions – "Where is Santa now?" and "When will Santa get to where I am?"

    Visits to the Web site, available in English, French, German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish, have grown steadily since its launch in 1997. It allows users to track a global map of Santa's trek and three-dimensional aerial images of Santa and his sleigh using software provided by search-engine giant Google. Last year it had more than 900 million hits.

    Click here to read more about NORAD's Santa tracker and visit their Web site.
     
  5. FriscoCharlie

    FriscoCharlie Staff Member TrainBoard Supporter

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    Wish I had an ad on that page. :)

    Charlie
     
  6. friscobob

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    Couldn't find him over Texas, but this picture may show why:

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    Armadillos can't fly...... :D :D :D
     
  7. Stourbridge Lion

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    Denver set a new record for snowfall on Christmas Day with 7.8 inches measured at the former Stapleton International Airport site. The old record for Christmas Day was 6.2 inches set in 1894.
     

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