Earlier this week, I was trying to find out how long it takes to drive from Portland (Oregon) International Airport (PDX) to Mt. Adams, WA. Naturally, I turned to Google Maps, where I received a surprising answer:
Arguably, Google should be smart enough to figure out that by "Mt Adams, WA" I meant the 12,281-foot stratovolcano in nearby Washington State, not the small town in rural Western Australia.
But scrolling through the directions (114 turns!) I noticed these segments:
Regardless of the destination mix-up, how can you not like a mapping application brave enough to suggest nearly 10,000 miles of open-water paddling?
Link to the Google Maps search: "from: PDX to: Mt Adams, WA"