A wind storm rolled up tumbleweeds like huge earth balls and deposited them along fence lines, often blocking mailbox access.
“When I had to the make the mail condition report for nondelivery, I didn’t quite know what to say,” said Customer Services Supervisor Marie Johnson. “So, I just put ‘other.’”
Roads were closed and the county even brought in loaders and dump trucks to haul away the debris.
|Chino Valley Postmaster David Hyslip stands in front of a mailbox ... somewhere.|