A letter-writing blog extolling the virtues of snail mail:
old-fashioned postal paper mail and all of its varied accessories.
Better late than never. : ) I sent 2 Postcrossing postcards and a 2 postcards to another mail blogger (in Europe) last Spring and I never received a response from any of them. This was around the time of the volcanic eruption and I was wondering if everyone flaked or if the volcano interfered with mail delivery. Do you or anyone else know anything about that?
Quite slow. But it did arrive.
Wow, and I thought sending to Russia was bad, about a month.
I am waiting and waiting for a letter from Panama that a friend set me....a couple of months now....your post gives me hope it may still arrive...
Hmmm, maybe every mailman along the way had to read it?
That really was slow! Sounds a bit like the comics I cut out from a newspaper. There a man receives a postcard and it stands there in that postcard that the world war I has started. - I have to scan it and publish in my blog. :-)
Bermuda, eh? Surprised it got there at all.JonathanUK
Wait... Bermuda? It must have gotten lost in a time warp. Who knows what goes on *there*.
Wow, that's just amazingly slow. But it's good it eventually got there :3
Last year I received a Xmas card in May . . . .
I published that comics now http://sfimail.blogspot.com/2011/01/slow-mail.html
I had that happen to something I sent in October to South Carolina from DC, which arrived last week. Weird. My all time record, though, is a letter I sent to a friend in the UK, where my mail routinely arrives to and from in under two weeks. This one took over a year. It had to have been stuck in a crack between machines somewhere along the way. He no longer lived there, but luckily his parents did, so they kindly delivered it to him. :)