ALL TIMES ARE CENTRAL TIME! THE DATE IS DECEMBER 25, 2003!
YES, SANTA CAN MAKE IT TO EVERY CITY IN ONE NIGHT!!
--According to our Santa Satellite,
and with our communications with Santa Clause in general, we know that Santa will leave the North Pole at approximately 3
p.m Central Time. It takes approximately 3 hours to get from the North Pole to the Western United States.
Now when will Santa reach Chicago? Well, we believe that he will come approximately around 8:30 p.m. Central Time.
It may seem early, but Santa has to get to every city before the night is over. Kids, be sure you are in bed by 8:30
--Santa should reach Dallas, Texas
by about 7:20 to around 7:30 p.m. Central Time. Santa starts from the Western United States, and then takes-off eastward,
towards the Northeast. This is earlier than Chicago, but this also means you can open up the presents before daybreak!
Don't let your parents know this, though. It may be warm on Christmas day in Dallas, but still try to enjoy the season!
--Santa Clause should reach Destin,
Florida by about 8:50 p.m. Central Time. It may take him longer than expected, since our Santa Satellite shows that
he will need to switch into cooler close, since it is so warm in Destin! But don't worry, Santa will make it to every
child's house with no loss of time! Don't forget the milk and cookies for Santa!!
Kansas City, MO
--Santa should reach Kansas
City, Missouri around 7:50 p.m. Central Time. Kansas City is not too hot, nor too cold of a city, so Santa should land
in the city with no delay. Our satellite shows that Santa will land in the Kansas City Chiefs football Stadium, and
may choose the baseball Stadium as an alternate landing site. He will also land on each child's roof by the way, but
I thought this was an amazing fact!
--Santa will land in the state of
Maine approximately 11:00 to 11:30 p.m. Central Time. I am sorry to inform you that this will be the last place of arrival
for Santa. Maine will have to wait longer than any other state and city in the United States. But don't worry,
he will land at the appointed time, and will not disappoint! Plus, according to the satellite tracker, Santa is going
to make it snow in the state of Maine for their patience in waiting for him. Enjoy!!
--Santa will reach Montana around
6:30 p.m. Central Time. It is expected to be very cold and start snowing Christmas day. Santa loves these conditions,
so expect Santa to reach Montana earlier than expected. Our satellite shows that Santa will stay longer than expected
in Montana. He is also seen throwing snowballs with the elves that have gone with him in his sleigh. Santa
is a kid, too!!
New York City, NY
--Expect Santa to arrive in New
York City at 10:30 p.m. Central Time. Santa will explore the New York Stock Exchange, checking his local stocks, as
well as visiting other famous sites around town. Santa, according to our satellite, will swirl around the Statue of
Liberty, proclaiming, "Freedom to All! And to all a Good Night!!" Children, be in bed by 10:00 p.m.
--Santa will arrive in Orlando around
9:15 p.m. Central Time. Our satellite shows that Santa will travel around Disney World, Epcot Center, and Universal
Studios!! After this, he will land on the individual houses to distribute the presents. If you see him, don't
be suprised by his appearance. Expect him to be wearing shorts, a Florida Marlin hat and T-shirt, and some
tennis shoes. He won't be wearing any warm clothes. Kids, make sure to be in bed by 8:55 p.m.
San Francisco, CA
--Santa Clause will reach San Francisco
around 5:50 to 6:00 p.m. Central Time. This is Santa's first stop in the United States. After this stop, he goes
northward to Seattle. According to our santa satellite, we see Santa passing through the Golden Gate Bridge of San Francisco.
This is expected to be a wonderful site to see! Don't let the kids know; they should be in bed before 6 p.m.
--Seattle is home to the Seattle
Seahawks, Seattle Mariners, both professional sports teams, football and baseball. Expect Santa to arrive shortly after
6:15 p.m. Central Time. Also expect him to land in both professional sports stadiums when he arrives downtown!
Our exclusive satellite has Santa throwing footballs and baseballs around in his sleigh. He is a sports fan too!
He is also heard saying, "Go Seattle".
St. Louis, MO
--Santa should arrive in St. Louis
exactly around 8:00 to 8:15 p.m. Central Time. Our satellite is doing very well in tracking Santa Clause through St.
Louis. Expect Santa to land in Busch Stadium, as well as the Savvis Center and the Edward Jones Dome. A special
staff of workers are expected to be at the Savvis Center and Edward Jones Dome to open up the ceiling domes for Santa to land.
Santa is a huge St. Louis sports fan! He is heard on the satellite saying, "Go Rams! Win the Super Bowl!!"
Santa's arrival is not too late nor too early. Also, we have just received word that the Cardinals have aquired Santa
Clause to be a pitcher for the team. When leaving St. Louis, Santa will travel under the Arch and will head off to Chicago,
and points east as well. Santa has said his favorite city is St. Louis, so expect him to stay longer than expected.
--Santa should arrive in the mountains
of Vail at around 6:20 p.m. Central Time. He will first land near Lionhead summit in Vail, going to the top of the mountain
via the Gondola. Then he will ski down. Santa's favorite sport is skiing! Then Santa will distribute toys
and presents to every household. We also have received confirmation from a credible source that Santa Clause, after
visiting every city in America, will head back to Vail and check in at "The Lodge at Vail!" Kids, if you want to meet
Santa in person, be sure to see him the day after Christmas. You can find him either at the "Lodge at Vail" or skiing
down the slopes. Santa is expected to leave Vail December 28th, thus heading to the North Pole, coming back next
--Expect Santa to spend a considerable
time in Washington D.C. He should arrive around 9:30 to 9:40 p.m. Central Time. Santa has big plans
for the D.C. area. Our satellite shows that he will stop at the White House. He will land in the front yard.
We have received word that President Bush will meet with Santa Clause to discuss his contract. Santa should receive
a bonus in salary, but Santa expects no payment. He does the job out of pure enjoyment and to spread happiness to all!! It
should be noted that Santa has also sealed his vote for the 2004 Election. He has chosen to vote for President
Bush. Santa has said he is also a Republican. After visiting the White House, Santa will go about his normal
duty: delivering presents and toys. Santa will then head toward New York City, and then to his final destination: Maine!
Kids, be in bed by 9:25 p.m. Snow is possible, so enjoy the holiday along with the presents you receive.
How is it possible that Santa
can visit all the cities in the United States in one single night? This question is very difficult to answer.
We at Kren's Korner have with us a very educated, well developed team of staff members. We have state-of-the-art
technology to track Santa Clause, but we have no way of knowing how he travels to every city in one night. We can
predict, but we cannot explain. Perhaps we can just believe, as children do. Through believing, Santa becomes
real in everyone's life. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL, AND TO ALL A GOOD NIGHT!!!