Monday, January 25, 2021

3445 East Presidio Road: One neighbor has more fun

David Aber found a pair of mailboxes on December 27, 2020. One is plain black; the other is fun! Talk about contented cows… this one is asleep:

Monday, January 18, 2021

Swirls at 602 South Harvard Avenue

Neither David Aber nor I know quite what this box has on it. He calls them swirls, and that seems good to me. Dave snapped the photo on December 23rd.

Monday, January 11, 2021

6941 East Edgemont Street: Yum!

Did David Aber have the munchies when he spotted this tasty mailbox covered with what look like snacks? I'm not sure what they all are, but I see donuts, pizza, a star shape that might be a cookie, and at least one rectangle that could be a Pop-Tart. (What does your stomach say? If you'd like to vote, leave a comment below. You can be anonymous.) As always, you can click for a larger view.
He found this on November 23 — just a few days before Thanksgiving. After this, I hope he still had room for turkey!

Monday, January 4, 2021

4847 East Melissa Street: Cowboy reading his mail

This mailbox that David Aber found on December 23rd has got to be one of my favorites:
A lot of real-life cowboys may get mail at their headquarters, but I like the idea of a cowboy opening his own mailbox. The post is nice, too:
It hasn't been easy for me to get out mailbox-hunting… David has filled in the gaps. Thanks for keeping mailbox lovers happy, Dave! We're off to another year of great mailbox art.