- Rip’s Picks Policies
- Newsletter Sign-up Page
- Vintage Stoneware Native-American Pitcher and Cup
- Wooden Coin Bank, with Vintage Post Office Box Locking Metal Door.
- Antique Butter Mold
- 7 Piece Vintage Enamelware Bath Set
- Basket of Flowers Cast-iron Door Stop
- Vintage Easter Bunny Cast-iron Door Stop
- Vintage 1963 Jajaco Presidents of the United States
- Terra cotta Hand-painted Figurines (3)
- Vintage Bakelite Flower Motif Vanity Set
- Post War Japanese Tea Set - 20 Pc
- Matchbox * Models of Yesteryear Y-12 1912 Ford Model T
- Ertl Vintage Vehicles * Massey-Harris Challenger 1/43 scale Die-cast replica
- Early-sixties Great Britain Vintage Singer Child’s Sewing Machine
- 2 Vintage Lavada Folding Child's TV Lap Trays (circus motif)
- Cobalt Blue Miniature Wine Service for Four
- Vintage Red Fulton Match Box Holder
- Vintage Powder Tin Music Box
- Vintage Hand-tooled Leather Purse
- Vintage Knapp-Monarch Travel Iron
- Rip's Books
Monday, November 28, 2016
Are You Safe?
How do you protect your packages from porch thieves this holiday season? The simplest, and most effective way is to stop mail delivery to your house, and opt in to picking up your packages each day from your post office. Another way is to have your packages rerouted to drop stations, like at what you would find with UPS outlets everywhere. The idea is not to have them left on your porch if you're at work, but to pick them up at a safe location, where you get each and every online purchase you make.
Your purchase address and shipping address would remain the same on my end, but on your end, these same packages go to a safe and secure location for you to receive. Think about it.
If you see something you like, it’s first come first served. I only have one of each. Read my policies page, sign up to my newsletter, look over my products, and buy something you love. If not you, someone else will beat you to it.
And don’t hesitate to read a sample of my many books, and actually buy the book
that interests you. It’s the only way to find out how the story ends.