Wednesday, October 30, 2013

3720 East Lee Street



Okay, so this photo isn't really a mailbox. The mailbox is behind it - a stock U.S. Postal Service multi-unit box. But I thought the unique combination of a totem pole and a wind vane made this worth posting here.

I blew by on May 13th.

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

2810 East Lee Street



Here's a black box with unique scrollwork and a ball on top of the post.

I snapped it on May 13th.

Monday, October 28, 2013

2726 East Lee Street

I'm on my latest trip to New Mexico (which is part of why I haven't been posting to this blog… the other is that I've been really busy!). But I'll try to Keep The Boxes Coming much more often now.


I found this white mailbox, with lavender and brown dribbled paint and a lavender flag, on May 13th.

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

2711 East Lee Street


Why does this red-and-white mailbox have a post that's around ten feet high? The top reminds me of a place to hang flags or pennants. (If you know better, please leave a comment below or send me email.)

I spotted it (hard not to miss it!) on May 13th at 2711 E. Lee Street.

Friday, October 4, 2013

Another box that rocks: 2209 North Tucson Boulevard

I'm back from a trip out of town (without my mailbox photos to post). But now the boxes are back!

On January 2, I posted a box that rox — actually, a mailbox on a pile of rocks. Here's one on a post (made of concrete?) that's (almost) covered with flagstone:


I unearthed it May 13th.