yogaguy, United States of America


(or Josh) is a member in United States of America . He has been a member for over 4 years (1,524 days).
326 sent 326 received

  • Distance sent: 1,547,850 miles
  • Last seen: 26 days ago
  • Languages: English
  • Interested in direct swaps: No Click to learn more about direct swaps
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About Josh...

I think Postcrossing is a really exciting way to interact with people all around the world that I may have never had the chance to interact with. In this day & age everything is so e-centric and technology focused that it's just nice to get a good 'ole piece of mail in your mailbox. It's like Christmas when I get mail because it's such a surprise.

About me...well I like to be outdoors. I love to go for walks and am trying to get more aggressively in to hiking. I love the mountains and nature and waterfalls. I also love the ocean and the beach. I like anything that is natural. I'd love to see the aurora borealis/northern lights someday. I'd also like to see Disneyworld.

I have a black dachshund named Nibbles. She keeps me on my toes and I love her a lot. Some of my other favorite animals are octopi, zebras, giraffes, koalas and hippos.

I really look forward to hearing from everyone. As many people tend to put what types of postcards they like to receive in their profiles, I will say I think that any postcard is a good post card. Funny cards, nature & landscape, touristy, full maps of your country, handmade cards, **aurora borealis**, landmarks, animals, native language cards, shiny cards, country flags...I really don't care what card you send.

PLEASE please please write something in your native language if you like. I think part of the mystery of the postcards is deciphering the message and I find other languages intriguing!

PLEASE please please also try to upload a picture of the postcard before you send it so the world can see your wonderful card. It just means a lot that you sent one anyway. I just hope it gets to me in one piece! Have a great day!