Just off of U.S Route 41 on a desolate highway lined with palm trees lies the smallest Post Office in the U.S. On the Western edge of the Everglades in Ochopee, Florida, this Post Office serves four hundred local postal customers a year. The original Post Office burned down in 1953 and a nearby shed has been used ever since. The tiny structure measures only eight by seven feet wide, making it only possible for one postal worker to be inside at once. The miniature structure also attracts hundreds of tourists a year to peak inside; which is lined with postcards and paintings made by fans of the micro mail station. This past September I spent the day with the lone postal worker Don as he checked in mail, shipped off letters, hid from the heat and greeted tourists from the biggest attraction in town.