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  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Tacoma #12852

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    I meet up with two of my long time buddies last summer for two weeks in Tacoma. They rolled out the red carpet showing me all the beautiful nature/smoke spots Tacoma had to offer! Even though smoking grass is legal here, you have to use your better judgement and not puff and pass in public places like federal parks or buildings. Great private places to smoke would be at Ruston Way Waterfront(good restaurants that are open at night) or Titlow Beach is a great park with something for everyone – great views, beach, walking trails, play fields, playground, splash park, and the occasional train spotting.
    If there aren’t a lot of people around you could chief here and enjoy the views! They showed me a local favorite spot called, Point Defiance’ Owens beach, along the 5 Mile Drive because of all the dense forestry TREES.lol

  • in reply to: Is There a Michigan Marijuana Tax? #13147

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    There is a 3 percent tax rate on marijuana in the state of Michigan. Also, it should be noted that the state legislature intends to make the obtaining of marijuana difficult for any person not seeking its use for medical reasons. They plan to heavy regulate the industry as well as inspect dispensaries ensuring they are up to government standards.

  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Aspen, Colorado #15436

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    This one was a little more tricky, but I found a place. Near the northernmost curve on Owl Creek Trail is a spot where you can pull your car off and to the north of that is a small forest. While you could walk to the forest, this place is remote enough that you could probably smoke at your car. It’s a little far from any eateries, but the fresh air and great view of the mountains will more than make up for that. Plus, you could hop onto nearby Owl Creek Road and be in the city relatively quick, where there are a number of highly rated restaurants.


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    Probably the most amazing place to go in Colorado Springs is the Garden of the Gods. Yes, many tourists will go there, but can you think of a better place to smoke marijuana than this most beautiful place in the whole area? The views and the atmosphere are second to none. But if you think that is too touristy and not enough privacy, then I would recommend pike’s peak. Another great place in Colorado Springs that provides almost as amazing of views and allows you to get high as you are so high up in the sky!

  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Lake Stevens #15309

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    One of the most common thing stoners enjoy is having a nice, quiet and relaxing day. With that being said, being around Lake Stevens with enough pot to kill a horse calls for a wake ‘n bake at the Lundeen Park. Countless amazing lake sights, docks, animals (ducks, hawks, etc) are awaiting for you right here. Don’t forget to bring your swimming gear because going for a swim during summertime is definitely worth it. Also, pack enough brownies in your picnic basket to satisfy your munchies!

  • in reply to: What Are Hawaii Marijuana Laws For Tourists? #13250

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    Currently recreational marijuana is both illegal for locals and travelers. They only law difference is that locals have access to what many call “The Blue Card” which is their system of medical marijuana. Travelers, even if they have a medical marijuana card from their home state, can not apply for a medical marijuana card while in Hawaii and the card they have from their home state is useless.

  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Greeley, Colorado #15343

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    For both recreation and activity the best spot is Glenmere Park. However, this option is kind of dull if you don’t plan on being active and just want to sit down somewhere and get a good view while you smoke. If that’s what you are looking for try out Bittersweet Park. I would say that overall that place has the best scenery and views. There are plenty of places in the area to hang out and smoke for a while, and enjoy yourself. Also in the downtown area, there are many different gift and specialty shops, and you can smoke pretty much anywhere outside in the area. All depends on what you want to do.

  • in reply to: How Do I Buy Washington Marijuana? #13324

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    If you are heading over to Washington State and want to purchase Marijuana, then all you need to do is be over the age of 21 and have a valid government-issued identification. The requirements to purchase and consume Marijuana in Washington are the same as if you were to consume alcohol. Prior to going research retail shops that are authorized by the state so that you won’t have any issued.

  • in reply to: How Much Does New Hampshire Marijuana Cost? #13328

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    Great pot, as reported by consumers, is most expensive, where an ounce goes for $400. Other states in which users report comparatively high prices for illegal weed include Iowa, New Hampshire.


  • Chief wanna dubbie
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    Originally when the laws were passed in Illinois in 2013 you had to be over the age of 18 to be able to get a medical marijuana card in Illinois. Effective January 2015 the laws were amended and added two important things. The first being able to have those under 18 meeting criteria could apply for a medical marijuana card with a caregiver. The second thing they added in were seizure related conditions for medical marijuana card eligibility.

  • in reply to: How Did Arizona Legalize Marijuana? #13423

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    The residence of Arizona to all that marijuana is becoming legal in other states and they rallied together to get it done in their state as well. They put lots of pressure on the legislators and the legislators took note and slowly moved the process from one step to another until it was legalized.

  • in reply to: When Did New Hampshire Make Marijuana Legal? #13549

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    In July of 2013 Governor Hassan signed a bill into law to make medical marijuana legal to certain specific patients with conditions outlined by the bill HB 573. Dispensaries were opened up in New Hampshire in April of 2016, with patients only being approved and receiving medical marijuana cards about a month prior.


  • Chief wanna dubbie
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    Simply put it holds the same restrictions as alcohol. You must be 21 to possess or use marijuana. Penalties are similar to underage drinking with fines or jail possible. Also, there must be 1000 feet between any dispensary and a school. It is also against the law for a person of age to provide a minor with marijuana.

  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Loveland, Colorado #15293

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    I would have to say the best spot for smoking in Loveland is the Devil’s Backbone Nature Trail. It’s an open space and easy hike, full of scenic views as you stroll through. Find any spot that inspires you and hang out for a minute and enjoy the landscape. There is also a cool water feature worth seeing in Mehaffey Park. That’s kind of more of a public place though. If you’re worried about privacy stick with the nature trails. There is also Bobcat Ridge Natural Area for the privacy concerned. There are multiple local craft breweries too in the downtown area, if you just want to putz around there and have a drink.

  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Leavenworth #15301

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    Merican Lake is my favorite spot to burn on down in Tacoma. There’s plenty of nature to enjoy, but the best part about it is the beaches around the water. It’s not like a coastal beach or anything, but after a good smoke you’ll think you’re in paradise. Nothing but beauty in this area. No need to worry about your privacy either.Tacoma has a great spot in Narrows Park. It’s usually busy during the day but tends to die out around 3-5 in the afternoon. Either way, no one is likely to bother you while you’re there, and the views of the river and nearby bridge (especially lit up at night) can’t be beat. You’ll have almost 40 acres of land to explore, so finding privacy and a suitable view shouldn’t be an issue at all.

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