Or even dark of night could keep us from finding funny and oddball mailboxes as we traveled the country in our motorhome, and we’ve collected pictures of some interesting ones along the way. I posted a blog with some of our favorites a couple of years ago that was well received, and ever since, readers have been sending us pictures of mailboxes they spot in their travels. Here are some favorites.
Fish seem to be popular for custom mailboxes and we have seen a lot of them all over the country.
Randy Izzaro sent us this shark mailbox he saw in Florida a while back.
Who says church has to be serious all the time?
This mailbox stands in front of a trash hauling company.
As popular as e-mail is these days, snail mail still has its devotees.
I bet a retired firefighter lives here.
When we had a sticks and bricks house I had a nice collection of classic cars. This would have been the perfect mailbox back then.
Or maybe this one we spotted near East Berlin, Pennsylvania.
This is the second Evinrude outboard motor that we have seen repurposed as a mailbox.
What better than a shoe house mailbox for the famous Shoe House near York, Pennsylvania?
Jerry Johnson sent me this tractor mailbox he spotted along a rural road in the heartland.
If the grass gets too tall to cut, just turn the lawnmower into a mailbox.
Hang ten, dude!
We found this mailbox at the Escapees Evergreen Coho RV park in Chimacum, Washington.
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Thought For The Day – 2019: Stay away from negative people. 2020: Stay away from positive people.