|Placed in service in 1892, this 156-foot black and white horizontal-striped Bodie Island Lighthouse receives thousands of visitors every year.|
This is the second postcard that was sent to me, still featuring the place featured in the movie-series, Twilight. Previously I showed you the First Beach in La Push, Washington. This time, the postcard shows a multi-view of the City of Forks…
The stamp is the same definitive stamp used in the previous post/postcard.
Received two postcards from my former officemate who is currently in Seattle, Washington finishing his masters degree but I am featuring only one for today:
Here’s the postcard, a black and white picture showing an ordinary-looking truss bridge:
Thank you very much, Chris. You’re the man!
After I’m done with the zencore write up, I will go and check at the Cambodian Post Office if they issue a similar permit. I think it would fun to send mails, postcards and what-have-yous bearing my own mailers postmark 🙂 🙂 🙂 On second thought though, I have a feeling that the staff at the Post Office won’t have any idea what a mailers postmark permit is. Arrggh. I hope I am wrong.
Here’s the second state postcard that was handed down to me and now in my collection… the state of Iowa 🙂
Here it is:
From Europe, we head to North America… to the land of the sweetest and best peaches, the American state of Georgia!
Whoa – a stamp on a postcard? Sweet!
Yes, I can be evil sometimes. *lol*
Sent by Susi
Postmarked Dekalb, IL
Dated 3rd September 2009
I was very happy to be a recipient of this postcard commemorating this year’s Winter Olympics in the Canadian winter wonderland.
Sent by Bora
Sent by Fortuitous Faery
Dated 20 December 2008
Text at the back:
The Historic Trilogy
Welcomed by the Statue of Liberty and processed on Ellis Island, two thirds of the immigrants started their new lives via the Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal selling in New Jersey or traveling to other states.
Fortuitous Faery (FF) is from New Jersey and frequents New York City to watch Broadway musicals and do other fun stuffs. Her Broadway postcard, and other nice postcards, were also featured in this blog. FF writes on the postcard:
…Liberty State Park is located in New Jersey. From there, you can ride a ferry boat to visit Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. The Statue is actually part of New Jersey territory but is more popularly associated with New York…