After I printed the letters, return address labels, and mailing labels, Lisa folded the letters, stuffed and sealed the envelopes, applied the mailing and return labels and the stamps. The first envelope here is to a non-US address and so it has international postage on it. All of the others are going to US addresses. (There are several other non-US supporting members, but I corresponded personally with them by e-mail in the past week while we were confirming their mailing addresses, and they all said they have got the word and we don't have to spend the extra money mailing them letters.)
After breakfast this morning I took all of the letters over to the post office and mailed them. As it happens, I know that two of them won't travel too far, as there are two other addresses of Westercon 74 members here in Fernley. Yes, there are members of the convention other than Lisa, Kuma, and me living in this town!
While we did e-mail all members with e-mail addresses with this information included in PR1 when we published it last month, we know that some members' e-mail addresses are invalid, some e-mail systems interpret our mailings as junk mail, and also that some people don't pay much attention to convention e-mails. We hope that a paper letter gets our members' attention and lets them know that they have one last chance to save a lot of money on a Westercon 74 attending membership.