Sunday, April 10, 2016
Elephant Rock at Valley of Fire
Outgoing postcard US-3599773 to Hong Kong shows an arch in the shape of an elephant near the east entrance of the Valley of Fire State Park in Overton, Nevada. Parking is prohibited on the main road near the rock, but visitors can park at the east entrance parking lot and take a short 0.2 mile hiking trail to a vantage point. There are chances to see wildlife but watch out for lizards and snakes.
The card was sent on November 28, 2015 and has since expired,
Unrelated, USPS faces a forced postal rate deduction starting today on April 10, 2016. Mailing a 4"x6" postcard domestically will now cost 34¢ instead of 35¢; while an oversize one will incur the 1oz first class letter rate at 47¢ after a 2¢ reduction. The international postcard rate, same as that of a first class international letter up to 1oz, has decreased from USD 1.20 to USD 1.15.
Labels: arch, Elephant Rock, expired postcard, Hong Kong, HyperGIS, Nevada, postage, PostCrossing, reduction, rock, State Park, US-3599773, USPS, Valley of Fire
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