Project 366: Day 44

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Monday … already? Did that weekend fly by quickly for everyone or just me?

Welcome to another five car day work week. Please make sure your seat belt remains fastened, and drive carefully.

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14 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 44

    • Almost. Because you can eventually pass the mail truck. It’s illegal to drive by that stopped School Bus. (smile) Here’s hoping the mail trucks aren’t upgraded to include stop signs.
      That is the road I use to take the boys to and from school – which is also how I get to and from work. We use that road daily.

    • Ah. That’s nice, Maxi. Did he wear a uniform? I am sorry the drivers don’t wear uniforms anymore. They don’t seem as friendly, either. Too bad. I loved our neighborhood mailman growing up. I also really liked the guy that brought the mail to a place I worked. He actually walked!
      Blessings to you, Maxi.

    • You remember well, Jackie. Fortunately, we use back roads to get where we are going. A picturesque view makes slow moving traffic more bearable. (In my opinion, anyway.) Thanks for visiting!

  1. Hi,
    I didn’t realize it was a mail van that everyone was stuck behind until I read the comments. 🙂
    Some parts of Australia they use mail vans, but in most of the major cities they use motorbikes, the van is only used for parcels. 🙂

    Great photo.

    • I love hearing about other places, Mags. That is interesting that the mailmen (and women) use motorbikes. Do you they deliver mail Monday – Saturday? I know mail delivery in Canada is only Monday – Friday.

      Thank you for stopping by. I am glad you liked the photo.

  2. I can relate to that picture. Me behind the wheel…34 years. Ugh. So glad to be free. Whatdya mean they don’t wear uniforms? They’re ‘sposed to. Unless, of course, they are delivering to a rural route. Of course, with the PO going to heck in a handbasket, I’m sure there are many, too many temporary employees who haven’t been with them long enough (and probably won’t ever be with them long enough) to earn their uniforms. It’s a sad situation.

    • You were a postal employee, too? The times have changed, Linda. Rural routes or not, uniforms are rare these days. Even in the postal building, I notice employees not wearing uniforms. I agree, it is a sad situation.

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