Request: Foreign Postcrossers, could you please write my name in your language on the card. (Lenora) I am taping all the names on my office door to make a collage. I really enjoy seeing my name written in different languages and it inspires others to seek Postcrossing. Thanks
I live in Brookings, Oregon USA. A beautiful beach town on the coast of southern Oregon. I live near the Redwood National Park where the giant ancient redwoods meet the Pacific Ocean. I am Native American enrolled in the Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation band of Tolowa Indians from Northern California.
I enjoy traveling, camping, as well as beachcombing. I hike, camp, travel, and garden. I have 5 adult children, 4 dogs, and 2 cats.
I enjoy reading historical articles from magazines, historical Native American documents and articles and historical geography. This year, my goal is to finish reading "Moby Dick." I started this novel a long time ago and I made it my personal goal to finish it this year!
I would like postcards that show the city that you live in. A greeting in your native language with translation. I also am interested in postcards in pictures of your country or city or your country's map postcards as well. Actually, any postcard would be wonderful! Please write the date and weather on it as well.
Receiving a postcard in the mail is like getting gifts year-round. I register postcards as soon as I receive them.
If I have not registered your card because it was lost in the mail then just give me the ID # and I will register it for you.
1. If you want to get rid of your postcards and envelopes but just can't throw them in the trash, try this website: http://www.oxfam.ca/stampoutpoverty. This website recycles used stamps and then donates the proceeds to charity.
3. I borrowed this from a fellow Postcrosser...
Expired cards: They are happy when they are free in the wind to travel, those runaways, which I'm awaiting to arrive.