In this job, we've been to every small town in our listening area numerous times. From Gardiner (where we had a translator for many years) to Melstone. And Judith Gap to Colstrip. We've spoken at graduations, had lunch at every school, or played basketball at every spot where you have to reduce your speed when you're going through their town.

So, yesterday, when I was leaving Custer after dropping off their metal detector, I got this shot. I call it, "Every traffic control device in Custer."

I love small-town Montana.