The main distribution hub in our area of Wisconsin is Eau Claire. If I send a letter to my neighbors house, it travels 3 hours to Eau Claire, gets sorted and comes back.
Lowest Score Wins - a first-of-its kind golf book for anyone who wants to lower their score - Page 20
TheSandTrap.com Top Picks
I think I gave you the right tracking code…?
Yep, just double-checked it. Who knows… Yours definitely shows that it went to MA.
Wait, Springfield, MA is only 90 minutes from you. It's probably just a USPS hub (like Warrendale, PA).
Looks like you'll get it tomorrow. John's took a fairly normal route:
LMFAO! I don't think tracking #s really work in their favor; I think they further illustrate how inefficient the USPS is.
Last time I tracked an incoming package, it left some nearby facility (Philly, maybe?) in the morning, and was checked in later in the evening at the same facility.
Oh, I know about hubs - I was just kidding around. I would have been upset if it had gone from PA to Chicago or something - haha.
Since it was in MA 5 hours ago I'm kind of hoping they make a 6PM delivery to Albany but, yeah, likely tomorrow.
Or maybe today as it left MA 5 hours ago!
Yeah, because USPS sucks. I can't tell you how many buyers have demanded refunds from me because tracking shows a package leaving my house and being delivered to my house an hour later.
You just bought and we just shipped today. Tracking #s will show up at 6pm or so… later tonight. You're jumping the gun. The post office generally only updates once or twice a day. It's not UPS or FedEx (nor did we pay $10+ to ship your book).
Ha, I like the wishful thinking, but… no. Local post office tonight, delivery tomorrow I'd imagine.
Within the U.S.: http://lowestscorewins.com/buy (1-4 copies)
That said I'm extremely excited for Monday, the expected delivery date, so I can read it and head out to the course afterwords.
It was shipped Media Mail. It's not going to get a lot of tracking updates. :)