The Van Dyke family hooked a temporary mailbox on the end of a long grain auger. They backed the auger up to one edge of the washout, so that Jamestown Rural Carrier Doug Beckman could continue to deliver from the other edge. After Beckman’s visit, they would tow the auger away, empty the box and set it back in place.
The road leading to the Van Dyke family’s
mailbox was washed out. No problem for the innovative farmers.
They simply brought the mailbox to the carrier.
Benny loves innovation.
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