February 9, 2023
Mailboxes in Indiana are quite unique. If you don’t believe it, just start driving down a country road near you and pay attention to what you see. David Hedrick, St. Paul, has discovered and reported his share of unusual mailboxes over the past few years. However, this one might be the most unusual of all.
“I was driving on Indiana 229 south of Metamora, and this caught my eye,” Hedrick says. “It was too good to pass up. I knew Indiana Prairie Farmer would want to share it with readers, so I went back and snapped a picture. You don’t see this every day.”
No, David, indeed you do not. And by the time you go looking for it, this mailbox might be gone. After all, it’s mounted on the bed of a truck. Whether the truck runs or not isn’t clear, but if it does, then this is one portable mailbox!
Hedrick will receive a gift card for sharing his find. Have you seen anything unique while traveling along Indiana roadways lately? Snap a picture of it — a large-format, horizontal, digital photo is preferred. If it appears in the Spotted…in Indiana column, you will receive a gift card, too.
Email your photo and a brief description to [email protected]. Include your physical mailing address. Happy spotting!
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