I’m Sara, the Snail Mail Superstar. I’m a greeting card designer, letterpress printer and stationery shop owner. First and foremost, I love snail mail! In this video, I’m sharing postcard moments from the weekend trip I took with my husband for our 9th anniversary. We took the Amtrak Cascades train from King Street Station in Seattle, Washington to Pacific Central Station in Vancouver, British Columbia. Here are some of the places we visited while we were in Canada:
The Ramen Butcher
The Flying Pig
The Gastown Steam Clock
Vancouver Art Gallery
The Postcard Place
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