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Old 11-16-2013, 10:01 PM   #1
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Getting mail in yuma

I boondock exclusively in and around Yuma and in past years I knew two different couples who Winter in an RV Park in Yuma.

Therefore, when I needed mail sent to me I was able to have it sent to them and I would just get it from there.

This year however, neither couple is able to make it South this year.

I likely could use General Delivery but one piece I need sent to me is quite important so I don't want to chance that.

Any suggestions ??
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Old 11-16-2013, 10:08 PM   #2
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Thanks, but I don't want or need a P.O. Box.

This is a one time thing only.

Any other suggestions ?
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A P. O. Box is not a life time commitment.

this might help it seems to be a new program.

Mailbox Forwarding - View Postal Mail Online, Mail Forwarding, Post Office Box, and Virtual Address PO Box Services
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Use Winterhaven, Ca Post Office. They are very experienced with RVers General Delivery.

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Use Winterhaven, Ca Post Office. They are very experienced with RVers General Delivery.

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+1 on Winterheaven or you could have the item sent FedEx and have it held at their facility for pickup.
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njs 42 thank you, I will be looking into this, this spring when I can get the H our of here
and back on the road.
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Another P.O. to use for General Delivery is Bard, CA. A lot of the "boondockers" at Senator Wash use it.
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