mikekmac, United States of America


(or Michael) is a member in United States of America . He has been a member for over 6 years (2,461 days).
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  • Distance sent: 2,677,863 miles
  • Last seen: 12 months ago
  • Website: http://www.alternities.com
  • Languages: English
  • Birthday: 29th August
  • Interested in direct swaps: Yes Click to learn more about direct swaps
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About Michael...

My wife and I are (nearly) empty-nesters, living in a quiet suburb of our state capital while we try to figure out what comes next. Postcrossing helps me keep in touch with a wider world. I'd be glad to get any tourist-type view card from your part of that world. I enjoy getting a "National Geographic" sort of peek at where and how others live. I can't count the number of interesting places I've discovered through your cards.

I also have some topical interests, including:
--castles, forts, or other battleworks
--standing stones or ancient ruins
--bridges, dams and other civil engineering works
--any kind of unusual or monumental architecture
--wild seashores and lakeshores
--civil and military aviation, rockets, space
--ships and naval vessels
--trains, railroad yards and depots, rail bridges
--pin-ups, artistic nudes, and other erotic imagery

But those are just suggestions! Let me repeat: I'm perfectly happy to receive any ordinary tourist-type view card from your part of the world!

A few final thoughts:

--I use the Favorites to highlight cards I have admired on other people's walls. This makes my Favorites a kind of very specific wish list.

--I'm a bit of a stamp collector and enjoy interesting stamps, particularly topical commemoratives.

--Because it involves sending my address to a third party, please do not send Touchnote cards or similar remotely-mailed cards.

--While I appreciate cathedrals and churches for their architectural and historic virtues, overtly religious cards are better saved for someone else.

--I prefer to receive postcards that are written and stamped. Please, no envelopes (unless your card is too racy for the mail!).

See you at the mailbox. ☺