the rural p.o.

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Today we are out adding another Maine neighborhood to our collection.  A morning of moist cold fog hiding the mountains, then sun comes.  The fogs climb to wreath massive fir-topped crowns in swirls and patches of cloud.  Rural post offices like this are often under threat of closure, so I checked to see open-hours (if any) for this one.  Its six hours per day is actually a bit more than we are getting at our post office 20 miles closer to extensive population areas.  I’m for having post offices to serve people who pay taxes and buy postage.  Most people are for the PO.

 

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