This is for all of those who do not believe there is a home for Santa and yes it is real.... (shhhh) but its location is still quite secretive. Our friend who is traveling through Alaska (Beki M) writes: Hello from Alaska! I am staying in Anchorage but took a weekend trip up to Fairbanks and the North Pole! All the street light poles were painted like candy canes and they even had an official "North Pole"! Very cute town.
So after I read our little girl the postcards she said: I thought it would be made of candy canes ... well she is still very excited about the postcard she posted it up right away and we looked for it on Google Earth but since it is a secret we couldn't find it (wink wink) but she now is very aware of Alaska.
The second postcard also from our friend Beki M., is from Fairbanks, Alaska. She writes: Here's another card from Alaska displaying some of the native people and their heritage center.
The postcard facts state: riverboat Discovery III drops visitors at the Chena Indian Village on the banks of the Tanana River. Visitors listen to a guide among authentic log cabins at the Chena Indian Village. Cherilyn Gho, dressed in and authentic Yupik fur parka, is a guide at the village.