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SHOTLIST:AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYLAKE GENEVA, Wis. June 26, 20131. Tight shot on ticket being taken at dock2. Wide of man taking tickets at dock3. Young woman with mail bags4. Tight of USPS sign on mailbox5. Wide of Garrett Robers running to and from boat to deliver mail 6. SOUNDBITE (English): Garrett Robers, Mail Jumper (Transcribed Below)7. Wide of Garrett Robers running to and from boat to deliver mail 8. Med of passengers on boat6. Med of passengers on boat7. Med of shoreline from moving boat8. Tight of boat name9. SOUNDBITE (English): Harold Friestad, VP and General Manager at Lake Geneva Cruise Line (Transcribed Below)10. Wide of Robers jumping off boat, delivering mail and getting back on.11. Tight of emblem on shirt12. Wide of Garrett Robers jump from boat, deliver mail and jump back on (from perspective of inside boat) 13. Med of passengers on boat14. Tight of passengers on boat15. SOUNDBITE (English): Bill Long: "I work for the post office and so we came to check this out to see actually what it was like. I am trying to figure out a way to hop out of the truck and do it like they were doing it off the boat. That was pretty good. " (laughs)16. Captain steering boat17. Tight of hand on steering wheel18. Wide of Garrett Robers jumping off boat with nat sound (from perspective off top ofboat)VOICE OVER SCRIPT:Nat Sound: "You want to see the mail delivery that all happens on the main cabin here. Don't see much of it from up top unless you have a long neck."MOST MAIL CARRIERS WORK ALONE WITHOUT FANFARE.BUT ON LAKE GENEVA... A FAN BASE COMES WITH THE JOB.SOUNDBITE (English): Garrett Robers: "Moving from a moving object onto a stationary object is kind of hard to grasp a little bit because once you hit the pier your legs kind of have to keep up with you. It's pretty scary. You have to really, you know, for lack of better terms kind of suck up the fear and just you got to go for it."((GO PRO VID))IN FACT... THIS IS WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE WHEN GARRETT ROBERS GOES FOR IT - ALMOST A DIZZYING PACE, WITH NO TIME TO SPARE.THE BOAT CARRIES ABOUT 150 PEOPLE WHO WATCH THE DELIVERY AND LISTEN TO THE GUIDE TALK ABOUT THE LAKE'S RESIDENTS. SOMETIMES THEY CHEER WHEN THE CARRIERS RETURN SAFELY.SOUNDBITE (English): Harold Friestad, vice president and general manager at Lake Geneva Cruise Line. "You have to take it seriously. But there are certain spots where we know the back end of the boat can swing out away from them and they just can't reach it and so if it's planned it's a very safe preplanned episode." BUT ACCIDENTS DO HAPPEN. SOUNDBITE (English): Garrett Robers, mail jumper, "There's been instances where I've jumped onto a pier and fell right on my butt because they didn't warn me that they just painted the pier. Got all full of paint. ONE MAILMAN FROM INDIANA WANTED TO SEE MAIL JUMPING IN PERSON.SOUNDBITE (English): Bill Long: "I am trying to figure out a way to hop out of the truck and do it like they were doing it off the boat. That was pretty good. " (laughs)THE US POSTAL SERVICES CONTRACT WITH LAKE GENEVA CRUISE LINE IS JUST A DOLLAR A YEAR, SO CHANCES ARE GOOD THESE GUYS WON'T BE SLOWING DOWN ANYTIME SOON. CARRIE ANTLFINGER, ASSOCIATED PRESS