Feb 17, 2015 4:13 PM
MANCHESTER - This winter has been tough for us all, and that's including those who deliver our mail.
Manchester letter carrier Ron Michaud says no matter the weather, he is out there delivering.
"These past three weeks, the conditions have been awful," Michaud said. "Snow, sleet, ice. And this winter has been hard, and I've been doing this for 20 years."
Michaud works his route primarily on foot. He said that snow piles and sidewalks that have not been shoveled make his job that much harder.
"There is that old saying that we deliver no matter what, but we have to do it safely," Michaud said. "It's getting harder and harder to get to people's mailboxes and it's not easy climbing over snow mounds."
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