Silent Sunday – No Mail Today

mailbox

Thanks for looking 🙂

About Norm 2.0

World’s youngest grumpy old man & heart failure wonder boy. Interests: writing, woodworking, photography, travel, tennis, wine, and I know a bit about power tools.
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12 Responses to Silent Sunday – No Mail Today

  1. alexraphael says:

    Walking for it looks fun though 🙂

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  3. Striking image, Norm. 🙂 I bet that mailbox has seen some harsh winters.

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  4. Nelson says:

    In just a few years they will have disapeared 😦

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  5. Tieme says:

    It’s weird being so connected to the world with the Internet. One moment you look at photos made by someone on a sunny day in Australia, and the next moment you look at a snowy scene.

    Wonderful photo! Hope you have a great Sunday!

    Kind regards,
    Tieme

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    • Norm 2.0 says:

      This is so true. I remember feeling jealous looking at vegetable garden pics that someone in Oz had posted last week. My garden is covered by 2 feet of snow right now.
      Cheers!

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      • Tieme says:

        Snow also has its charms! Here in Holland it isn’t really winter. But I guess grass is always greener at the neighbours house (is that just a Dutch saying or internationally understood?).

        Hope you have a great winter!

        Kind regards,
        Tieme

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  6. How many openings and closings do you think that mail box has endured? Box and pole are there for function not beauty but they fit right in with the rural landscape. Like your header photo. 🙂

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    • Norm 2.0 says:

      Thanks Judy. That mailbox is soon to become a thing of the past. Canada Post announced that they will be gradually phasing out home mail delivery later this year. Soon everything will be delivered to centralized neighborhood drop boxes. Lots of folks not too happy about that.
      The header pic is from Boboli Gardens in Florence, Italy.

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