Here is another installment of Mailboxes along the Road – unique, funny, outrageous and/or otherwise creative mailboxes the readers of RVtravel.com have spotted while traveling North America in their RVs (and sometimes without their RVs).
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Marie Beschen took this in Beverly Hills, California, while she was walking around the neighborhood with friends. “I love taking pictures of unusual mailboxes and this one struck my fancy,” she wrote. Thanks for sending, Marie! Now send us some more mailbox photos!
Barry Haitt spotted this unusual creation – a motorcycle gas tank recycled as a mailbox. “I saw it while bicycling in a neighborhood in Marathon,” he wrote. Thanks for sharing this with us, Barry!
We don’t know who sent this, but we have a good idea the mailbox is owned by Airstream fans!
Frank Niehus sent us this photo. “We live in an air park so this is with the theme of the air park,” he wrote. “If you’re not familiar with an air park it’s like a golf community but we have a community runway with our small airplanes in a hanger attached to or next to our house.”
Rick Davidson snapped this photo in Brenland(?), Indiana – “corn country,” he said. Well, that makes sense!
Todd Leiser sent us this great photo. “It’s on North Whitefish Point Road on the way to the Shipwreck Museum in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan,” he wrote.
This mailbox arrived without any information. We can only guess that the person who lives here owns a Winnebago.
If you sent a mailbox photo but don’t see it here, stay tuned. We couldn’t fit them all in this issue.
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