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  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Fort Collins, Colorado #15364

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    Horsetooth Reservoir is the go to smoke spot if you are just trying to relax and enjoy some time in the great outdoors. It has a little bit of everything including beaches you can relax on, to swimming in the water, and hiking the trails. There’s even some really good climbing spots if that’s what you’re into. If you want to go even more rugged and out of the way, and get a better view, hike up Lory State Park and sit on one of the cliffs and burn one down. Both of these spots you can smoke virtually everywhere, and they will be nice and private. There’s also an outdoor outlet mall in town if you or someone with you loves shopping.

  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Portland #12862

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    I think you will be fine just walking around, as long as you’re not in places where you might upset people. Since it went legal I’ve noticed in my neighborhood (east side of the river) around all the bars at night there’s more people posting up on the streets smoking a J and conversing like people do with cigars. If you are by the convention center head down towards the east-side waterfront to a spot on the rocks by the river out of sight from the trail. I think it’s a great place to smoke.


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    You must be 18 years old to obtain a medical marijuana card in New Hampshire. If you are under 18, then you must designate a legal guardian, who is at least 21 years of age and responsible for your health care decisions, to submit an application on your behalf. They must also sign a written consent and agree to responsibility for your acquisition and use of medical cannabis, and submit written certification from two medical providers, one of whom must be a pediatrician.

  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in La Junta, Colorado #15314

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    Everybody knows the historical importance of La Junta, Colorado so being around here after smoking a joint, there is a place that must be visited – Bent’s Old Fort National Historic Site. The fort is actually a recreation yet is a very realistic one so it will definitely be worth your time and a few bucks spent. As soon as you get the munchies, the one place you should go is Lucky’s Tacos, a great place to server some authentic mexican cuisine prepared with the freshest ingredients. The staff is very friendly, the serving is fast and those are just a few reason why this place has become a local’s favorite.

  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Renton #15238

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    Smoking in public is illegal, but there are a few places that allow smoking marijuana, such as, iBake Lounge, 6125 Washington St. El Chapultepec, 1962 Market St.,Sancho’s Broken Arrow, 741 E. Colfax Ave. If you find yourself hungry after smoking late at night, there is also a pizza place that delivers until 4:20 AM called Mary Jane’s Pizza, on 2013 W. 32nd Ave.

  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Troutdale #15205

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    On the west side of Sandy River Delta Park looks pretty good. You could park on one of the trails that come off of I-84 and it’s a short walk down to the river. You’d have a great view as you smoke, and the roads through the park are pretty well covered so no one should notice a car there. There’s no houses across the river, either, so no worries about someone spotting you from there. Just a short ways down I-84 is a DQ, which would lead to some easy snacking after. Great view, private, and good food nearby, what more could you ask for?

  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Vail, Colorado #15198

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    Vail Colorado is known for their great mountain areas, but unless you want to be smoking with a ton of other strangers, I recommend a better place to go for a smoke. I would recommend instead going on a fly fishing trip. They pick you up from a central meeting location and you get to go fly fishing for the day. They let you know all the keys to catching fish but its also an amazingly relaxing and peaceful day out on the water. It is a perfect scene to enjoy yourself, have a smoke, and maybe catch a few fish while you are at it.

  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Mukilteo #15275

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    The only real place that I could Find in Mukilteo that might be a good smoke spot is Kush Pointe !Kush Pointe is located in Mukilteo,Washington Speedway Suite 111 and is open everyday 10 am to 8pm.
    They serve many different types of Marijuana including Flower blends such as Cactus at $13 bucks a gram.
    Hindu Kush for $35 a eighth,Crypteen which is $80 bucks for 7 Grams Yikes lol, and many more kinds, Also they have Edibles, Concentrates, Topicals,Even pre rolled ready to smoke. if you are in the area or in the market for some good smoke I would go and check out Kush Pointe !

  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Newport, Oregon #15270

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    You can smoke anywhere in Oregon, and i’m not sure if you can smoke at all inside anymore, so for this i recommend smoking before entering unless you are imbibing with non-combustion methods. But you must check out the Green Animals Topiary Garden. It’s a beautiful walk through a public garden, and all the shrubs are trimmed to look like animals. It’s a really cool place. Otherwise, there are two lighthouses in Newport. Both are really interesting sites, and you could sit along the rocks by the water and have some privacy to smoke with a really cool view. There’s also the Newport Cliff Walk which is a public area with a nice view.

  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Snoqualmie #15219

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    There are a lot of cool parks in this area and you can find some great natural beauty around you too enjoy your day out smoking weed. Some of our favorite places to recommend with definitely have to be Sandy Cove Park, and Eagle Point Community Park. These are two of the coolest Parts in the area and where you can find the best natural beauty in town. Had to either of them and you will have many options to choose from for where you want to chill out for the day. Take a walk around the park on the trails and enjoy your wonderful afternoon.

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