Thursday, October 30, 2014

#12, 10/30/14

This postcard comes to us from Indianapolis, Indiana. It traveled 1453 miles in 8 days (although, really, it looks like it took 6 days based on the post mark. :))

Saturday, October 25, 2014

#11, 10/15/2014

This postcard comes to us from Bedford, Massachusetts. I've always been fascinated by the Salem Witch Trials, and this is definitely someplace I would love to visit some day. It took 4 days and traveled 2207 miles.

#10, 10/25/2014

This postcard is of Inconfidencia Museum, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was founded at the end of the 17th century and was the focal point of the gold rush and Brazil's golden age in the 18th century. Such an interesting post card! It took 36 days to travel 5840 miles.

#9, 10/25/2014

The second postcard of the day comes from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This is the Monongahela Incline, which provides its passengers with a panoramic view of downtown Pittsburgh. It began operating in 1870! This postcard traveled 1755 miles in 4 days. Thanks, Eric!

#8, 10/25/2014

Today was a big day for postcards! I received 4! This first one comes from a high school student in China. It took 21 days to travel 7479 miles.

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

#7, 10/22/2014

My husband really liked this postcard. ;) It comes to us from Sydney, Australia. It traveled 7873 miles in 16 days! Thanks Jeslyn!

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

#6, 10/7/14, Private Trade

This beautiful postcard was a private trade with someone I sent a postcard to, and comes from Moscow Russia. This is the St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow. It took 22 days to travel 5885 miles.

#5, 10/7/2014

This postcard comes to us from the UK. It traveled 4972 miles in 7 days.

Saturday, October 4, 2014

#4, 10/4/14

My second postcard of the day comes to us from Germany. I'm not sure what I'm looking at; the sender put washi tape over the words. :) It traveled 5488 miles in 7 days.

#3, 10/4/2014

My third postcard comes from Tokyo, Japan, and shows a kimono in signs of autumn. It's a traditional Japanese combination of colors which is called Ochi-Guri-Iro: the color of popped chestnuts. This postcard traveled 5725 miles in 7 days.