I don't always know where I am going. This is due to a number of reasons, foremost being my notorious lack of direction. If it were not for Google Maps, I would never make it to any destination on time ever. But there is another reason that I am often "lost". I don't bother reading my schedule as closely as I should, meaning that when work has me flying into, say, PLN airport, unless I am going to stay there for any extended period of time, I am not looking up that airport code. Therefore, when my schedule changes and I now have a full day in this PLN place, I'm at a bit of a loss.
So I look it up: Pellston, Michigan. Nope, still means nothing. More investigation reveals that it is near Mackinaw City. That is now two places I have never heard of. This is where you go to take the ferry to go Mackinac Island. By this point, I am wondering if I am being trolled? Are these real places? And if so, why didn't they pick one spelling for this Mackinaw/ Mackinac place and stick with it? What Northern Michigan fuckery is this?