When you ship something you made to a customer, do you watch it travel via the tracking information?
Then off to Kent, WA to begin their journey (I'm assuming it's a big hub for the Seattle area)
Next it was down to San Francisco, CA (Ok, I'm a bit confused by them going south!)
Now they've arrived in Canada... in VANCOUVER, Canada (which is a short distance from Seattle, but quite a long haul from San Francisco!).
It does make you wonder how that makes more sense to the Post Office to send all 5 packages south only to then basically retrace the route back north.
I can't wait to see where they go next (something tells me it might be an interesting choice)! (their ultimate destination is Toronto, Ontario Canada).