Postcard arrival: China and Russia

I just sent out a handful of cards to use up my Ohio postcards, so I am hopeful of having a postcard or two waiting for me in my Utah mailbox when I arrive.

First up in this batch is a card from Beijing, China’s Beihai Park. The sender even wanted to be a journalist, but has since decided upon another trade.And check out this awesome Beethoven stamp!Second is a Moscow postcard of a view of the Cathedral of the Archangel Michael.I like that Katya wishes me many postcards in my mailbox. I may start writing that on my postcrossing postcards because I love the surprise postcards that arrive in my mailbox!

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2 Responses to Postcard arrival: China and Russia

  1. Caitlin M. says:

    I love the one from Moscow! I need to start sending postcards through postcrossing again…

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