In the United States we get free mail delivery six days a week. Almost everyone is entitled to free mail delivery to their house. Our mail delivery person comes to our front door and puts the mail in the mailbox attached to the front of our house. Our mail carrier comes when it is very hot, when it is very cold, when it is hot and sunny, when it is cold and snowy, when it is raining. Our mail is delivered every day except Sunday. And even on Sunday, our packages are delivered. The humans that deliver the mail, walk 5-10 miles every day, carrying the mail. Some drive to each house and they walk from the street to each house with mail, then walk back to the mail truck. They are walking and doing step aerobics all day, every day.
We, the Colorado Traveling Ducks and the humans want to thank the mail carriers today, February 4, and every day. We really do appreciate all that you do for us.
Our mail comes five days a week and the delivery people use motorbikes. They are the only people in Australia who are legally allowed to use vehicles on the footpaths. They do a marvellous job in all weather.
All mail carriers really do an amazing job. I certainly don’t go walking or riding motorbikes in all weather, but am grateful that they do. Do you not get mail delivery on Saturday? Thanks for reading and commenting.
No mail on Saturday. Just Monday to Friday. In more isolated areas it’s not as frequent simply due to distances. In the Outback the mail comes by truck or plane.
We get mail delivered by foot, small trucks locally. Long distances are by air and then locally delivered by small trucks or on foot. I do not know of any motor bikes for our mail carriers.