Mail boxes are important to keep our mail conveniently delivered to our homes. However, at times, we go beyond our beautifying intentions when planting vines, bushes and flowers, unaware that most of them will grow fast and furious. They also become great hidden places for pests, snakes, wasps and God knows what other monster creatures.
During my morning walks I go to different neighborhoods and parks, in order to stay motivated and don’t get bored. These walks have given me the opportunity to see how people do gardening. The first impression anyone get when they come to our homes is the whole package; that includes the lawn, the garden and the mailbox.
So, I took some samples of mailboxes out there to share with you. Today, you will be the “silent” judge to decide which mailboxes are fine and which others need a bit of tender loving care. You don’t need to get back to me, is your private evaluation.
Remember, the postal workers will be thrilled that you selected the best and safest. Have fun.
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