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Jul 3, 2023

[Answer] Where is the only floating post office in the U.S.?

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...1. Washington 2. Michigan 3. Florida 4. Delaware

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Michigan - If you were going to pick one state in the union to have a floating post office, it’s a good bet that it would be the Great Lakes State. Stationed on the Detroit River separating the U.S. and Canada, the post office has quite an interesting backstory. It’s actually a 45-foot tugboat named the J.W. Westcott II that delivers mail to other vessels along the river. And according to Atlas Obscura, it’s the only boat in the country to have its own zip code, 48222. The floating post office was officially established in 1949, but the Westcott Company has been delivering mail and supplies on the river since 1874. The J.W. Westcott II suffered damage in 2001; after it was salvaged and rebuilt, the floating post office still serves the state of Michigan today.:

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