Now we know why it’s called ‘Snail Mail

Now we know why it’s called ‘Snail Mail The term “Snail Mail” proved appropriate when Kendall resident Barb Yager recently pulled a magazine out of her mailbox. Attached was a local critter that might have been catching up on its reading or just hitching a ride for the price of a stamp. There are days when your computer may be slow, but you likely won’t find one of these in your email.


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