Fresh tracks one snowy morning showed the path the paperboy (i.e., the paper delivery person) took - from car on the street, to my house, to the neighbors house. It's a small thing, but I liked tracking the tracks.
From old movies, the stereotype image of newspaper delivery is a boy on a bike, riding on the sidewalk, throwing the paper to the front stoop. Now days, the paper "boy" drives a car, stops at a convenient place on the road, walks within throwing distance, throws ... with the paper sometimes landing on the front stoop.
This morning it didn't.