Sunday Photos If they Can't Deliver Them, I don't Pay Them
While taking a cross street to meet a client, I was taken by a stand of mail boxes with a unique box which just stood out among them all.
The principal must be that they can't be delivered if they can't be put into their appropriate box. The US Government is often very specific as to the proper handling of the mail.
An inscription seen on many a post office reads:
Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds
Nothing in there reads the box is too high