Looks like Santa Claus still manages to fulfill his civil duties for all his fans!
Earlier today, the U.S. Coast Guard tweeted a few photos of Santa Claus himself on and off a boat from the Coast Guard. Snow had begun to fall heavily onto the crowd, but that didn’t stop them from taking in this Christmas miracle. Nothing a coat and hat couldn’t solve at this time of year.
Jolly ol’ Saint Nick waved to fans as they shook his hand, posed for photos, and admired his being. Parents and family members stuck by their children as they excitedly eyed their holiday hero. We can only guess what parents told their children to explain this unexpected turn of events.
After Santa Claus managed to save a family from a house fire in New Jersey, it’s no surprise he was able to make it ashore today!
The U.S. Coast Guard’s tweet read: “Station Rockland helped bring Santa ashore so he could begin his seasonal duties! #HappyHolidays”
In response to the post, one follower tweeted: “Hey…Good Morning @USCG Hope your week went well. You guys and gals did a great job this year…Thank You! Wishing you and your families a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!”
Why is Santa Claus Moving and Where is he Going?
It was recently shared that the lovely Kris Kringle’s home in, yes, The North Pole, is no longer for grabs! According to Zillow, the house sold for around $1,131, 401.
The listing for the house read: “A winter lover’s paradise nestled on 25 idyllic acres. The property includes Santa’s main living quarters, a community of tiny elf homes, a state-of-the-art toy-making facility, a garage with space for an all-weather sleigh, and stables that board eight live-in reindeer, plus a bonus stall for red-nosed company. This year, the Clauses updated their home photos, and it looks like they have a few new additions to their home, including a stationary bike and newly-adopted pup. Use our hints here to see if you can spot all eleven!”
It all sounds too cute for words. But, get this: The house comes with a ton of mini-features. These include: Santa’s Living Quarters, an Elf Village, Reindeer Stables, Sleigh Parking Garage, Santa’s Toy Workshop, and many small cottages! Whoever purchased this masterpiece will definitely not be bored here.
Since Santa has sold his house, it’s likely he just wants to downsize a bit. But, don’t worry! There will still be room for the elves to come visit!