All of the birdhouses have shipped.
They went out in batches, along with a number of bowls and other artwork.
Some of you have yours already, thank you for the notes.
Some of you will get them today.
Some of you will get them this coming week.
God only knows when you Canadians will get yours.
There’s no rhyme or reason to it. It just depends on which packages make it onto which truck and if the truck gets to Anchorage before the plane leaves. Some packages arrive in three days, some in ten. I don’t know why. When the post office guy says, “four to ten days for Priority Mail,” he’s speaking literally. Occasionally, packages arrive smashed and smelling of seafood – which would indicate that they rode down to the lower 48 under several hundred pounds of King Crab or other such bounty of the North Pacific. Should that happen, let me know and I’ll ship you a replacement immediately.
I will be making more.