Last fall in 2007, while I was on a ride through Montana country and route 200, I noticed quite a few roadside posters bemoaning the problems related to methamphetamine use. While I was in the Lunch Box in Circle, I asked Bobbie what was going on, since I didn’t think the area was a hotbed for meth use or production. She told me that there was a poster competition going on, and that the winner’s poster would be painted on the the side of the local sheriff’s building.
Well, here it is:
Get the picture?
The cards get their name from the legend of it having been the five card draw hand held by Wild Bill Hickok at the time of his murder.