My last post I rambled along about some changes in my life since moving to Arizona. One thing I didn't mention was mail. A large portion of central Colorado simply does not have mail delivery. It doesn't exist. In spite of that, lost of companies and individuals insist on mailing to your physical street address. It will never be delivered. That was always frustrating. People who get mail in other parts of the country can't envision this. Yeah, we had addresses, but the Postal Service simply would not deliver to them.
Well, we get mail where I live in Arizona. A whole little parade roles out of the post office with carriers delivering mail. We get our mail in cluster boxes--in my case two blocks from my house. I hear neighbors grumble about that all the time. Heck, I'm just glad I can actually get mail. It's all how you look at it.
My brother, who only lives three miles from me, actually has a mail box in front of his house.Those are becoming a thing of the past. His neighborhood has them, but most new neighborhoods are having to use cluster boxes. It's all how you look at things.