Re: Free plans for Mailbox

Try: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&q=woodworking+mailbox+plans+free&btnG=Google+Search
It really wasn't hard to find. Go to google (http://www.google.com ) and enter "woodworking mailbox plans free" (without the quotes).
It's amazing what these new fangled search engines can do!
Glen

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Mailboxes need to be approved by the Postal service.

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snip Sam Spade wrote:

I don't know what the regs are in Canada, but assuming that things are reasonable and you can do deep hollowing, a 16" deep and 8-10" wide peice of wood will make a pretty one. Hinge the lid at the top, sort of like a deep turned box, on its side. Seat it on a post with an arc cut into the top. You should be able to *find* all the components except the tools for free. Dave in Fairfax
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pixelated:

She's a beaut:
http://www.popularwoodworking.com/features/fea1.html
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