Helping the Mailman

Helping the Mailman

Driving conditions are still a little crazy in neighborhood streets. My husband and neighbor help our mailman get unstuck after one of his chains broke in the Vermont Hills.

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GorgeDH'er says ... on Saturday, Dec 27 at 5:46 PM

I did that too recently. Gotta keep the mailman moving.....they like that.

Annie says ... on Saturday, Dec 27 at 3:27 PM

As the daughter of a postal carrier in Southwest Portland, thank you for helping him out! Please try and keep your mail boxes clear! It is hard enough with the snow, let alone piles in front of the boxes.

Cindy says ... on Saturday, Dec 27 at 9:45 AM

I would like to know if the mail has been delivered everyday? I don't believe it has.

Patty says ... on Saturday, Dec 27 at 9:27 AM

They've had it tough, so have the UPS and Fed Ex drivers! There was a couple of days that we didn't get mail service, and I wasn't the least bit surprised considering some of the road conditions they had to tackle! Thanks for helping them!

ORborn says ... on Friday, Dec 26 at 10:48 PM

That's great!! Cheers to you and your husband. The postal workers do not get enough credit for all the hard work they do. All the days that we've been stuck at home and the postal workers still managed to get our mail to our mail boxes :)

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