After nearly a year’s hiatus, I am back to blogging. In the interim, I hadn’t used the camera all that much but last month saw my motivation slowly begin to return. I decided to head downtown for an event I’d heard about for years but hadn’t yet checked out.
New York City can be a disorienting place under normal circumstances but the holiday season seems to really throw a wrench into Santa’s sense of direction. Every December, he finds himself stranded on the roof of the New York City Fire Museum, in need of a way down.
As always, the FDNY, in this case, Ladder 1, was there to serve. They skillfully pulled Santa from his perch, supported by the cheers from the relieved crowd on the street.
Santa always has his mind on own work so he was quickly whisked inside the museum to prepare to meet the kids who watched the rescue.
The museum also had available hot chocolate and hot dogs for the kids as well as a band playing a holiday-themed music. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to make it inside but judging by how well the rescue went outside, I’m sure the indoor festivities were just as great.
A few more images from the event: