No 69 for you. Not yours:
When it comes to people stealing certain mile marker signs, WSDOT says the battle is never ending.
One way to combat the theft? Subtracting .1 from the total. This sign is off of 195 north of Rosalia.
WSDOT says these thefts come in cycles and happen over the years. pic.twitter.com/D3YQKHoWh1
— Taylor Viydo (@KREMTaylor) January 8, 2019
Areas with a high stoner population have similarly been graced with 419.9 mile markers instead of 420.
US 2 runs for 666.6 miles through Montana. When I was up there on World Tour ’04, the last of the mile markers was 665.