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It’s my new mailbox . It’s time to shoot my old one and put it down .

the door falls off. And the flag needs viagra “ it won’t stay up “.

after I get done with my specialty .( painting) it will be passed to a friend who works with clay and putty. And silicone for his special touch .

this is the beginning stages . I guess you’ll have to check back as progress is made .
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About ready to redo mine, again. This time I'm gonna put quick release pins in the post so I can yank it and stash it before it snows - freaking wake off the township plow truck has killed about 4 of them so far. It's either that or a pile of flagstone from the yard and a couple bags of concrete to build a brick shit house enclosure.
 

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About ready to redo mine, again. This time I'm gonna put quick release pins in the post so I can yank it and stash it before it snows - freaking wake off the township plow truck has killed about 4 of them so far. It's either that or a pile of flagstone from the yard and a couple bags of concrete to build a brick shit house enclosure.
I had a problem with kids playing mailbox baseball. I lost about three mailboxes. I found a steel tank and made an enclosure out of it and painted it John Deere Green'ish. After that I found one little paint scuff on the side. It was never hit again. I also put it in the ground with two cedar logs as posts. In the snow one year my neighbor witnessed a Jeep that had gotten its rear wheels over the embankment on the other side of my road where my mailbox is. The Jeep rode the edge of the hill until it hit my mailbox. The mailbox didn't budge and the Jeep popped back onto the road. That was one tuff little box. LOL
 

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There's a guy a few miles away with a mailbox made out of and old chevy transmission case with a truck rim for the base. The jeeps generally end up on their lid in the neighbors yard. Variations on this idea are a real common sight around here:

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About ready to redo mine, again. This time I'm gonna put quick release pins in the post so I can yank it and stash it before it snows - freaking wake off the township plow truck has killed about 4 of them so far. It's either that or a pile of flagstone from the yard and a couple bags of concrete to build a brick shit house enclosure.
mare mailboxes silent victims of Violence ??
You hide yours from a snow plow ..
Mines in danger of the 17 year old that thinks he’s learned how to control the vehicle on a dirt road in the curve…
My post is a damn big telephone pole . It’s been sunk for 3 decades and hasn’t moved
 

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About ready to redo mine, again. This time I'm gonna put quick release pins in the post so I can yank it and stash it before it snows - freaking wake off the township plow truck has killed about 4 of them so far. It's either that or a pile of flagstone from the yard and a couple bags of concrete to build a brick shit house enclosure.
Ill bet the plow driver voted Trump.
 

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Ill bet the plow driver voted Trump.
as far back as 20 years ago?

On a not completely unrelated note, the replacement I did after getting my plow was to move it out of my way so I don't plow it over.

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(telephone pole is back another 5-10 feet)
 

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Well, I guess if you like it that’s all that matters…

I’m very happy I’ve never seen anything like that
 
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