Tuesday, June 30, 2015

1837 or 1857 North Arcadia Avenue



I'm guessing that this mailbox is a tractor. (Any other ideas? Please leave a comment below.) The box, the house and the curb didn't show an address. It's just north of 1823, though, so I'm guessing...

My seeds of doubt were planted :) on April 18th.

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Santa Fe double-header

I'm on the road for much of June. At one campsite, one of the few radio stations I could get was a sports station with lots of baseball games. When I got to Santa Fe — a city full of art — on Sunday, I started to see lots of artistic mailboxes. The two-headed mailbox below made me think of a two-game series with the same team… a double-header:


OK, that analogy is stretching things. :) Anyway, the mailboxes are for 86A and 86C Arroyo Hondo Road.

By the way: Last week's entry showed two mailboxes, too.

Next week, we (this blog and I) will be back to Tucson mailboxes.

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

4441 East Monte Vista Drive


The homeowner probably does some traveling, or moving, or something...

It's a mailbox covered with license plates. I spotted it, or them, from my car on April 18th.

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

9201 East Indio Place


I'm trying to imagine what a new letter carrier might think upon seeing this bewilderingly fun mailbox for the first time. Rube Goldberg, maybe?


John Benedict made it. The photos are his, too. Thanks!