This little cabin was originally the Camp Roganunda mailbox that young campers would use to send their letters home to mom and pop while at camp fire USA outings near White Pass in Washington State. The camp closed in 2010 and my wife, who camped there a number of years as a youth put in a bid and won the mailbox. We use it today. The front porch roof opens up for mail slot deliveries and the top opens for easier access. It isn't the most weather proof but this little mailbox has all those great memories clamoring around in there.
The camp recently sold to a church and will continue to inspire youth. Three cheers! Chick-a-rocka chickaboom!