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RE: was Sea Grow > space > PO

I'm back...

And yes, we do have a post office here, but their hours and mine clash.
I use the one by where I work.... hum, actually, I send one of the
drivers from work to pick up stamps and mail stuff....

Not sure if you realize this, but the post office does have a form you
can leave in your mail box with a check... and they will deliver the
stamps. Most of the jewel stores (brand name type grocery store for
those unfamiliar) also sells books of stamps at the check out.


> You probably won't answer as you're probably already gone....but what
> about
> a PO?  Don't you have a local post office - a place to buy stamps and
> packages?
> Kitty

> > Even here in rural america (as I call it), we get mail delivered to
> > box at the curb.... and we don't even have a grocery store within
> > miles of here....
> >
> > Yep, the wind is also terrible here today, wish the trees in the old
> > part of town would leaf out and cut some of this wind down....
> >
> > Donna
> > Who is now leaving to drive 60 miles to a meeting :(
> >
> > >
> > > Wind is blowing something fierce here.  I've been taking care of
> > chores
> > > like
> > > vacuuming before I start work tomorrow.  Doing computer work on
> > MG
> > > projects and collecting on a few ebay sales.  Because of my new
> > schedule I
> > > won't be able to use my post office, so I checked to see where the
> > was
> > > on the north end of town.  There isn't one.  Then I thought maybe
> > postal
> > > stations within stores.  There is one about a mile from my job in
> > Wells
> > > Fargo Bank.  Do they do this in your (any of you) part of the
> > >
> > > Kitty

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