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Sunday, 19 November 2017

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30 comments:

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Charming!

Joanne Noragon said...

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.

Rhodesia said...

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

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Made me smile Marie, love it 😀

Debbie said...

rural mailboxes are always the best!! and a beautiful picture!!!

bill burke said...

I like that! A nice find, Marie.

Elephant's Child said...

I do love a quirky mailbox. Those in rural areas are much the best here...

The Happy Whisk said...

That is fun!!!!

Angela said...

What a great idea!! :)

Mage said...

Just perfection. :)

Tomoko said...

That makes me smile! Fun and pretty!
Have a good new week,Marie.

DJan said...

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. :-)

Catarina said...

Love it!
I am all for recycling! ; ))

Stewart M said...

The variety of mail boxes you find on back roads is one of the reasons I really like them!

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

Marie Smith said...

It’s a special one, Debra.

Marie Smith said...

I always watch for the mailboxes when we travel, Joanne.

Marie Smith said...

Your milk churn is special, Diane. I wouldn’t use it as a mailbox either.

Marie Smith said...

It is a charmer, PDP.

Marie Smith said...

They are indeed, Debbie.

Marie Smith said...

It really was, Bill.

Marie Smith said...

I love to find an unusual one too, EC.

Marie Smith said...

It is indeed, HW.

Marie Smith said...

It really is, Angela. I would never have thought of it!

Marie Smith said...

It is indeed, Mage.

Marie Smith said...

You too, Tomoko.

Marie Smith said...

I’d have to have a photo of that mailbox, Jan.

Marie Smith said...

Recycling at its best, Catarina. Or is it a new one?

Marie Smith said...

Me too, Stewart.

Jenn said...

There is always interesting mail boxes and signs on the backroads!

Marie Smith said...

Rural areas here are great places to see unusual mailboxes, Jenn.