Have you ever…. had your mail delivered in a pouch?

It is fairly easy to work out where a kangaroo would ‘carry’ the mail – that large stretchy pouch is just ideal!
But what of the humble cow?

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These lovely creative mailboxes are our latest additions to the Amazing Mailbox Quest! I did not find them myself, but they were photographed by my daughter on the north coast of NSW, near Port Macquarie.

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You are invited to join this quest and keep a sharp eye out for unusual or quirky mailboxes. Already contributions from other bloggers so far are listed on my primary mailbox post. To see other posts on this blog which are part of the Amazing Mailbox Quest, please click on the link at the top of the page.

To participate in the Amazing Mailbox Quest:

Get a photo (please either photograph without the owner’s details or cover/blur them so that they are not readily identifiable) and post it on your site. It would be good to know the country and state of each entry, but to protect the privacy of the owners, please avoid any detailed location information in your post or in the photo(s).

Tag the post ‘Amazing mailbox quest’, then add a link to it in the comments on this page so that others can find your posts. I will also add a link (to your post) to the overall list along with everyone else’s.

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3 Responses to Have you ever…. had your mail delivered in a pouch?

  1. scrapydo says:

    Two unusual mail boxes you discovered again!

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