Okay, we're Australia not the US, but there have been numerous times when Auspost had Mae me go HUH!? Border control is generally a nightmare anyway, so incoming mail from the UK takes longer to reach us than when we send there (usually...Rona has changed that at the moment). Then inland, I once tracked a package heading my way from the East coast. You'd think it would be a case of head West towards the mile middle state (us) or maybe via Melbourne in Victoria first. So it heads to Melbourne, not too surprising there as Melbourne is a big city. From there it crossed the sea to Tasmania (WTF!). Then it came back to Melbourne, because that's the nearest place on the mainland, before coming to South Australia.
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