Little did I know that when we moved to Mammoth, the US Post office
would Indisputably become the most Important spot in town...
Mammoth Lakes does not have street delivery...I know...
but apparently the sleet and snow the postal service will go through
to get our mail to us is strictly on the way to the Mammoth Post Office!!!
It's up to us to check our boxes and look for the yellow card that means
"You've got packages!!!"
The Post Office here is quite the social scene...
generally speaking TheChief runs into someone daily...
Now you've probably noticed that our Post Office is quite
that's thanks to Elizabeth Tenney...one of our Planning Commissioners
who took it upon herself to beautify our social center!!!
Indisputably one of the most beautiful Post Office social centers
(I must apologize though...I took this yesterday...quite at the end of our
summer blooming...it's quite extraordinary when in full bloom...
I promise next year...early spring!!!)
It is lovely, but I'nm wondering if it will survive the massive cuts the Postal service is anticipating.ReplyDelete
ROG, ABC Wednesday team
Wonderful photo of your social center!ReplyDelete
With Rog, I ask will it survive cutting?
Well Rog and helenmac...given that it's the only post office in town...and the next town is 30+miles away, I'm pretty sure our social center is safe!!!ReplyDelete
That is so cool on the part of Elizabeth. Our post office is the most avoided spot in town.ReplyDelete
PA...We can't avoid ours even if we wanted to...it's the only way we get mail!!!ReplyDelete
Your post office garden is so pretty. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
I am In
thank you Kim!!! And so glad you stopped by to visit and comment!!!ReplyDelete
Love the interesting angel. I'm sure in the height of the season, the flowers are spectacular. But they are still quite lovely.ReplyDelete
Thank you Lisa! I think the flowers are more spectacular earlier in the season because there's more of them!ReplyDelete
Hah! My first thought was, pretty! but will it survive... then I saw your answer to Roger and helenmac. Sure hope you're right!ReplyDelete