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aussiesapphire
Jan 23, 2016
Bit hard on the old eyes.

Take care and God bless all of you. Hugs.
Starrphyre
Jan 23, 2016
Roger on the eyes! I need new glasses!

I stayed in a small town in northeastern Arizona one summer. I got my own P.O. box! It was fun. The boxes, if memory serves me, looked a lot like these! I guess it was an old post office!
orinoco
Jan 23, 2016
I agree! Blast from the past, my parents had a post-office box. Taking something out was such and adventure as a kid!
Starrphyre
Jan 23, 2016
In that same little town I stayed in an RV park that had its own "band". The band was comprised of very unlikely looking guys, mostly quite older men. They played as good as anything you will find anywhere. Sometimes they got a "gig" in a resort mountain town restaurant/lounge. Most of the RVers went up the mountain in our assorted cars and trucks to listen to them and dance. Too tool Cool! Big fun! We felt they were our own personal entertainers!
ParsonWayne
Jan 23, 2016
I was cross-eyed by the time I finished - and I'm not even from Finland.
joany58
Jan 24, 2016
Mind you're right about it being hard on the eyes took me so long to do this because we had to go out but it still took me a couple of hrs if not longer phew pleased its finished.
ParsonWayne
Jan 30, 2016
Hard on the mails and femails, too.
rahrah1820
Jan 5, 2018
Starrphyre, Prescott had these also. That's a beautiful post office.
ParsonWayne
Jan 9, 2018
That was a picture from my old stamping grounds.
We had a postmistress, but now I letter alone since I get my letters, packages, and junk mail delivered to the mailbox out front of the house.
rahrah1820
Jan 10, 2018
You are so punny! Don't you think the term maleman is rather redundant? Of course, you wouldn't call a lady carrier a femaileman. I guess that's why we call them mail carriers now.
ParsonWayne
Jan 10, 2018
A discussion like this could en-gender a lot of talking.
ParsonWayne
Jan 31, 2018
All this talk about glasses reminds me of a very sad story about a man who fell into a glass grinding machine and made a spectacle of himself.
rahrah1820
Jan 31, 2018
That really is a sad story! Although...I guess that made him easy to see through.
ParsonWayne
Jan 31, 2018
He was quite transparent after that. He wanted to bi focal points for a debate he was in.
rahrah1820
Jan 5, 2018
The first 2 box numbers really threw me off for a while. Loved the puzzle though.
SANTACLAUS
Apr 15, 2017
Found this one a tough one, but enjoyed the challenge, mind you has one gets older, and your hands get shaky, but that part of life. A big thank you team for this one.Happy Easter every one, San ta
Irishpaws
Jan 23, 2016
I just finished the mailbox puzzle! I really found it hard until I worked out the box numbers! then weeeeeeeeee of I went!!
trynfindit
Jan 23, 2016
Goog for you Irish.
trynfindit
Jan 23, 2016
Hmmm....that should be 'good'
Irishpaws
Jan 26, 2016
Thanks trynfindit,
retirenow14
Jan 26, 2016
Our town post office has boxes that look like they were made by the same company. Ours were modernized by adding a key hole, but the dials still exist, unused, above the key slot. Unfortunately, fewer boxes are being rented, as the rental cost has risen so that free home delivery via mailbox is preferred by many residents in upstate NY.
Corrina52
Jan 23, 2016
Very tricky especially when one is 3/4 blind. I do enjoy the challenge. These letter boxes seem to have been used in the old days, then again each country has its own style of mailboxes. I prefer home mail delivery by a good old trusty postman. Mind you whenever I do any kind of jigsaw puzzles, I always look at the picture once and then piece them together. It gives me more satisfaction than having to repeatedly look at the photo. Take care everyone from the Land Down Under Tia xx
marine5153
Jan 23, 2016
Your comment about good old trusty postmen means I must tell you what happened yesterday. I was shoveling my walk from the house to the mailbox which is curbside. The postal truck was headed in the opposite direction but stopped. The guy got out, took my shovel and finished the walk for me. I didn't get his name but called the main p.o. to let them know what a nice gesture that was. They figured out who had my route and said they'd make sure he got a nice lunch on the house. LOL
minkacat805
Jan 23, 2016
What a nice guy/postman to shovel for you. How I wish that I had help like that many years ago in Colorado Springs when we had 24 inches in less than 24 hours. All my neighbors (men) shoveled their driveways and sidewalks with a blower, while I used a shovel. It took me almost all day long. In between shoveling, I had a baby sleeping inside and I would stop and check on him constantly. Oh well, I got it done!!!
aussiesapphire
Jan 23, 2016
There are still some nice people left in this world. Hugs.
JoyceRogers
Jan 23, 2016
My husband LOVES to use his new snowblower! He gets up as early as he can so he can beat all the neighbors in the cul-de-sac to the shoveling! They all have a competition to see who can shovel the most, and then help each other. We're so fortunate to have friendly neighbors!

Minkacat, I grew up in Colorado Springs! I now live in Aurora. You're the first other person I've seen from Colorado! Welcome to the Crazy Puzzlers Club!
goof1953
Jan 24, 2016
Hi there Joyce and minkacat. I live in Pueblo. Haven't had much snow this year, yet.
minkacat805
Jan 24, 2016
Well, it is certainly nice to have other Coloradans on here puzzling away. We live in Buena Vista, in the Central Mountains. BUT, we are wintering right now in Orange Beach, AL......lots of sunshine and then lots of rain!!! haha Will be back in BV in March. Will see you all from time to time on here. Have fun puzzling!
JoyceRogers
Jan 25, 2016
Nice to meet you, minkacat! I've been thru BV many times, on the way to skiing, church camp, rafting, and just driving through the mountains. It's beautiful up there. You're missing out on all the beautiful snow! We really haven't gotten that much down on the flatlands...
zoozq
Jan 24, 2016
Wow! Before Dublin, Calif. was a city/town I grew up in Komandorski Village which were Navy homes...we had a little post office there with these mail boxes or very similar, anyways the postal clerk named Vera worked there for many years, well to make a long story short, she had two sons, Mike who I ended out going to grade school with, and an older son Danny, who happens to be the father of my eldest daughter! You know what they say...."its a small world"! One never knows, does one?
sharondarlene
Jan 23, 2016
Enjoyed this puzzle....believe it or not our local Post Office still has these vintage mailboxes! Our Post Office is a landmark in our little City and I love the hospitality when I go to mail packages and YES I still buy my postage stamps there!!! Thank you Crazy4Jigsaws Staff for this puzzle! Stay safe and warm everyone! We are still in a snowstorm here in Southwest Virginia!!!!!
lillysmith2
Jan 23, 2016
Here in Iowa we've been watching the storm. Hoping it ends soon and our prayers are going out to you for safety and warmth.
sharondarlene
Jan 24, 2016
Thank you lillysmith2....today we had sunshine and blue sky. But we still have plenty of snow despite a little "melt-off" from the sun. We had 14 inches of snow in our backyard!!! Take care in Iowa and hope you have a great week! God bless you!
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