Postal Employees Shine in Two Unique California Tourist Spots

San Francisco City Carriers Lau Ming, Daryl Ha and Alma Silva-Orden pose aboard the famous cable cars they use to travel to and from their delivery routes.

San Francisco City Carriers Lau Ming, Daryl Ha and Alma Silva-Orden pose aboard the famous cable cars they use to travel to and from their delivery routes.

This edition of Your Postal Podcast lets you walk — or ride — a mile in the shoes of USPS employees in two wildly different California communities, both of which attract the attention of tourists from around the world.

First, you’ll travel to San Francisco to learn how some letter carriers use the city’s most famous means of public transit to service their routes. Next, you’ll head south to Death Valley for some perspective on what it’s like to provide mail service in the hottest town on the face of the earth.

A roundup of postal new wraps up this adventurous edition of Your Postal Podcast. To listen to this latest episode, go to yourpostalpodcast.com or click here.

To read a transcript of the show, click here.

Death Valley Postmaster William VanBokkelen surveys the hot summer landscape outside his Post Office.

Death Valley Postmaster William VanBokkelen surveys the hot summer landscape outside his Post Office.

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