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Yeah def, Freeway Park is the place to go. Nobody really bothers you so it’s very private, the view is amazing, lots of places to eat after to cure the munchies, and either just going to chill alone or with friends is a great place. Favorite place to go smoke hands down and ALWAYS have an enjoyable time. Happy Smoking!
While there are many dedicated marijuana smoking clubs located in the Denver and surrounding area, there are unfortunately not any dedicated marijuana smoking clubs in Alamosa. If you want to smoke while visiting Alamosa, you will want to find somebody with their own property that will let you smoke on their property. There is a law in Colorado that you can smoke from your porch or balcony, but not in public, so it’s best to find a friend with a house. Some specific hotels in the Colorado area do actually allow marijuana smoking on their premises, but it changes depending on the hotel and the area. You will want to call and ask hotels in the area on their policies.July 15, 2016 at 2:29 am in reply to: How Old Do You Have To Be To Buy Marijuana In New Hampshire? #13179
You can get a medical marijuana card in New Hampshire as soon as you turn 18, but you’d have to be diagnosed by a physician as having a debilitating medical condition, in other words a life-threatening one, to be eligible for it. If you are, then you’ll need your medical records as proof at the marijuana evaluation appointment/
Two places i recommend in Aspen if you’re not looking to hit the slopes; Maroon Bells is a beautiful spot nestled at the feet of the mountains, where you can sit by a pristine lake, burn one down, and gaze at the reflection of the magnificent Rockies on the lake. Talk about scenic, it’s gives a whole new name to the concept. If you’re more into the music and history thing, or want a dose of nostalgia with your regular intake, take a walk around John Denver Sanctuary. Obviously devoted to the late singer songwriter who frequently referenced the beauty of Colorado in his songs.July 11, 2016 at 2:29 am in reply to: What Are Maine’s Laws Regarding Marijuana and Minors? #13194
The laws for minors and adults are the same, with the disciplinary action for both being identical. The only extra charges adults can receive is distributing to minors and using minors to sell marijuana for them as dealers. Medical marijuana laws and card requirements are the same for adults and minors with the exception that minors need a caregiver to sign paperwork.
The laws are the same regardless whether or not you’re a tourist or a traveler. Check the ordinances of the part of Connecticut you will be visiting for more specific details on a particular marijuana policy. In most states, possessing marijuana is illegal. If you are caught with the substance you may face either a civil fine or depending on how much you have, be arrested and given a criminal charge.
In Oregon you are allowed to buy marijuana if you are a tourist (out of state resident) but you have to be over 21 years old for recreational use. You are allowed up to 8 dried ounces and 4 plants to have in your possession Also, you can obtain a medical marijuana plant as a tourist. Remember not to be within 1000 feet of a school because that is a felony.
Delaware Medical Marijuana Act (2011) No sales tax; gross receipts tax (first $1.2 million ofgross receipts exempt from tax)
In terms of privacy, it looks like your best best is C Lazy U Luxury Guest Ranch. You can visit there as a guest, and have a large open area that isn’t too far out of the way where you can relax in private and not be bothered. For a more modern touch, consider LIttletree Inn which allows you to rent a room and have total privacy while also being closer to civilization with plenty of restaurants in the area. Another possibility might be Devils Thumb Ranch Resort & Spa that also offers extra accommodations that the other two can’t match.
Fine,its not the simple to get Marijuana in Arizona.You have to be permanent resident with valid Arizona Identification Card or should have caretaker and 18 years or older.
Camassia Natural Area is a nature walk or trail kind of that boasts the only natural Aspen trees in Oregon. It’s out in the open and a lot of land so you could find a spot there wherever. There are two separate wineries in town, Oswego Hills Vineyard and Winery and Pete’s Mountain Vineyard & Winery, but those aren’t really smoke spots, just something fun to do after or before you smoke. For the most privacy, open space and freedom, your best bet is Mary S. Young Park. You can do some bird watching there too, and it’s open enough for any recreational sports.
Well… If you are one of those guys that enjoy the mix between good pot and adrenaline rush and you are visiting Gresham, the one business you should contact is Max Rock Paragliding… this should bring a new meaning to the word “high”. You can choose between a wide variety of places where you can learn to fly – world class coastal sites, valleys, mountains, the world famous Columbia River Gorge and high deserts.
There is indeed a marijuana tax that is imposed in Illinois. According to the state of Illinois, medical marijuana is to be taxed at the one percent pharmaceutical rate. Additionally, there is also a seven percent privilege tax that is imposed on cultivation centers. That same seven percent tax is imposed on dispensaries.
If you are looking for some cool places to go smoke weed around town then you can check out Olde Stone Village which is a really fun place to hang out. You could also try Discovery Meadows Community Park which has many cool walking paths and places to chill in the natural environment. It is always nice to smoke weed in the great outdoors and in this state there are many options to choose from at all times.