[at-l] Fw: RE: Glencliff Post Office
sloetoe at yahoo.com
Tue Feb 21 13:12:21 CST 2012
His Nibs Bag o'Trix replied this to lil' ol' me, and I know that in his cyber-speedy own way, a finger slipped (a mouse tickled) and he'd meant to send it to y'all'ins. Youse. You guys. And gals. I know this.
TRIXXXxxxxxx! HEY! Buddy!
--- On Tue, 2/21/12, Joel P. Urbine <jurbine at west-chester.com> wrote:
> If I am not mistaken I believe the
> Hikers Welcome does accept and hold mail drops and at no
> charge. Great to send md's to hostels like this one as you
> have no time frame on pick-up, something thru's may want to
> consider on a hike. I've seen many time were thru's arrive
> in town after the PO closed or late on a Saturday or on a
> Sunday and then have to spend unnecessary time waiting for
> PO to open when they could have been hiking.
> -----Original Message-----
> ### I was thinking the same thing -- I read a Yahoo! article
> that said the Glencliff PO was short $27000 -- now if 1/4 of
> that was for the 1,000 hikers going through (NOBO/SOBO),
> that'd be ($27,000/4/1000) $6.75 a pop. If even $2.50 were
> charged per package, that would pretty much pay for itself
> nicely in two seasons, and see a near-100% there-after. I'd
> do it.
> --- On Thu, 2/16/12, Art Cloutman <Art at crystalacresnh.com> wrote:
> > I wonder if Hikers Welcome Hostel would be
> > able to pick up the slack by accepting mail drops?
> > They could charge a small fee! Build a shed to hold the stuff.
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