Cigar.com does a fantastic job of getting orders out the door, but sometimes the USPS decides to take my order on an adventure.
I recently place a small order of a Romeo Y Julieta 1875 Connecticut Nicaragua 5 pack (I think it was a Daily Cigar Deal). They shipped on 2/27 with the ultimate destination of Indianapolis. On 3/5, they showed up in Denver. I am not sure why they went to Denver, or why it took a week to get there, but that is where they first showed up on the USPS tracking site.
A day later, they made appearances in Omaha, NE and then Des Moines, IA. By 3/7, they had made it all the way to Milan, IL, so I am thinking they are getting close. Nope.
Later on 3/7, they popped up in Cincinnati, so they rode through Indiana on their way to Ohio. They left Cincy at 8:50 AM on 3/8, and then showed up in Columbus, OH, even further from Indianapolis than they started the day.
As of 7:10 PM on 3/9, they have left Columbus and are heading to parts unknown.
If I think about it and have the energy, I'll update this post when they finally get here.