Yet delivery people are ALWAYS screwing it up - it is like they cannot read.
Amen to that Mooter.
My Fedex driver de jour just left a package in a snowbank at the end of my driveway. 300 feet from my house!!!
Yesterday I looked out my front window to see my German Shepherds chewing up something that did not look right to me. It was the remains of a package that UPS threw over the fence the day prior. It had been a shipment of desiccant packs. Spent a half hour in the snow picking the remains up.
My rural delivery mail lady (contract employee) attached a huge box to the top of my mailbox with a rubber band last week. It was encased in slush because the plows were out.
Fully 50% of my deliveries now are damaged or delivered to my neighbors.
I have huge street numbers out front and both of my neighbors on either side have massive boulders with their street numbers on them.
It is utterly beyond me why this is soooo hard.
Thank the Lord these people did not go into the medical or aviation fields.