There is no doubt about it, this mailbox has character. Not only is the object it’s mounted on unique but it’s been around since at least the 1940s. Tough as nails you could say. Its officially been taken apart and replaced with your basic, modern, found in any hardware store mailbox. But fortunately for it I love old stuff. I snatched it from my parents (they were very willing to part with it, I not so much) and plan to re-purpose it somehow. Cheers to cool historic objects.
I’ll be swapping the usual textual posts for photographs in the next several months. Photographs capture what words cannot.
Below is Centipede Creek located in Hettinger County, North Dakota. This was shot around 8 p.m. The Centipede is a small, brownish creek but it holds a nice amount of North Dakota’s state fish, the Northern pike.