It’s a chilly day at the South Pole, but this week’s festivities are taking place on the edge of Antarctica, where the cold weather and lack of oxygen have made it difficult to survive.
The ice caps are still thick and the ice is still falling, but the festivities have gotten a lot more exciting.
It’s the season of the polar bear.
And if that’s not enough, there’s the polar cap itself.
This is the second year that South Pole visitors can wear the costume, as a part of the theme of the annual Polar Bear Festival.
The first year, in 2016, was an outdoor event, which meant that there was no costume required.
This year, the theme was “touring.”
It’s just a costume.
There’s a reason for this: The polar bear is one of the most famous animals in the world, and it’s one of your most prized possessions.
The bears are in the South Pacific, but they’re usually found in Alaska.
The polar bears, as they’re called, are found nowhere else in the country, except in the Arctic.
If you see one, it’s best to make a quick detour, or just take it all in.
The bear’s claws are so sharp, they can easily pierce your skin.
And, yes, you can also try to bite the bear.
The first year that we had a polar bear costume was back in 2017, and that was awesome.
We got to dress up as the polar bears and go to the polar zoo.
We took the bears in a sled to the zoo, and we saw them running around.
We actually found them, and then they went home, and there was a lot of excitement about that.
We also had this big party in 2017.
We went on the ice, and I wore a mask, and the bear just kept coming and going.
We were really excited, and a lot was going on in the zoo and the penguins were really looking at us and they were really laughing at us.
We made sure we had costumes for everyone to wear, so we had the bears and the bears were getting ready for the polar party.
This year we have a more relaxed party, which is a lot better.
But I still wear a mask.
The costume has changed a lot.
In 2017, the bear costume looked like a penguin costume, and now we’re seeing it as a polar polar bear, which means it’s just the polar fur, and you’re not wearing any clothes.
You’re just just a little bit of a bear.
I just love being at the Polar Bear festival, and this year I’m just so excited.
The kids love it, and my mom loves it, so it’s a great way to get people excited about being there.
The penguins love it too.
They like to hang out, and they like to play and they love it.
I think they are just so happy to see you, and when you come to the festival you are so happy that they’re here.
I’m going to do my best to bring a smile to the faces of all the kids that are going to the Polar bear festival.
You know, the kids have really been so welcoming, and so positive about it.
It was great to see the kids come out, but I don’t know how many of you have actually seen them.
There are so many people, but not a lot, and some of the children were really shy and they just didn’t want to be seen.
So I’m hoping that this year, we can get a little more out of it.
The Polar Bear Parade will be held from Monday, August 8 through Wednesday, August 11, and is open to the public.
The event is a big part of South Pole Day, which falls on Saturday, August 9, which was officially renamed in honor of the year the polar explorer Edmund Hillary discovered the Arctic continent.
To mark the event, the park has created a variety of special events for the festival, including a “polar bear marathon,” where participants can run a marathon around the park.
The event will also include performances by local and international bands.
And if you’re really into costume, the festival is also offering an “All-Star” costume contest for the first time ever.
The winning costume will be sent to the museum in the park and the museum will make sure that it is kept out of the public eye.
The contest ends Sunday, August 10.
It is not required to enter, but if you are interested in participating, you must be at least 21 years old.
The costume contest will run from Monday through Friday from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at the park, but on Saturday it is open from 11 a.m to 5 p.y. to all participants.
If your name is on the costume you will receive a special prize of $10,000.
There is also a contest for all ages to