It’s a special one, Debra.
I love the ingenuity of rural mailboxes. Laura keeps an eye out for them and knows when all the "good" ones are approaching on the road.
I always watch for the mailboxes when we travel, Joanne.
Love it, I have a milk churn that my father had bronzed for me which I love but I would not dare leave it outside as a post box. Have a good day Diane
Your milk churn is special, Diane. I wouldn’t use it as a mailbox either.
Made me smile Marie, love it 😀
It is a charmer, PDP.
rural mailboxes are always the best!! and a beautiful picture!!!
They are indeed, Debbie.
I like that! A nice find, Marie.
It really was, Bill.
I do love a quirky mailbox. Those in rural areas are much the best here...
I love to find an unusual one too, EC.
That is fun!!!!
It is indeed, HW.
What a great idea!! :)
It really is, Angela. I would never have thought of it!
Just perfection. :)
It is indeed, Mage.
That makes me smile! Fun and pretty!Have a good new week,Marie.
You too, Tomoko.
I love it, too. We have a mailbox in Bellingham that once was a motorcycle and now stands at the end of the driveway on its back wheel awaiting mail. :-)
I’d have to have a photo of that mailbox, Jan.
Love it!I am all for recycling! ; ))
Recycling at its best, Catarina. Or is it a new one?
The variety of mail boxes you find on back roads is one of the reasons I really like them!Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
Me too, Stewart.
There is always interesting mail boxes and signs on the backroads!
Rural areas here are great places to see unusual mailboxes, Jenn.