Armchair photo tours: A tiny pioneer post office near Mineral, Washington

The tiny pioneer post office near Mineral, Washington Photos by Cheryl Landes A tiny empty building that looks like a weathered shed stands at the side of Mineral Hill Road one mile north of the small town of Mineral, Washington. That might not sound impressive, but this tiny building has a big history. It's considered … Continue reading Armchair photo tours: A tiny pioneer post office near Mineral, Washington

Armchair photo tours: The tiniest post office in the United States in Ochopee, Florida

Photos by Cheryl Landes The Ochopee Post Office, 75 miles west of Miami, is considered to be the smallest post office in the United States. The tiny building started as an irrigation pipe shed owned by the  J.T. Gaunt company tomato farm. One night in 1953, a fire destroyed Ochopee's general store and original post … Continue reading Armchair photo tours: The tiniest post office in the United States in Ochopee, Florida