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  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Spokane #12822

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    Spokane Falls is a don’t miss experience for any chill trip to Spokane. Sit on the rocks wherever you feel comfortable and enjoy the waterfall and the sounds of nature while you relax. If you’re going for a good view and trying to get back in touch with nature with the plant, this spot is a no-brainer.

  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Salem #12820

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    Smoking in parks is no longer legal in Salem, but there’s a pond/lake near Geer Community Park that you could find some privacy at and not be bothered. The spot is right near 3 smoke related businesses in Four Corners right down the street, so make sure to check those out while you’re there.

  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Tacoma #12818

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    American 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.

  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Medford #12817

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    Hit up Agate Lake and no one will be there to bother you. You might not be very close to the food (unless you plan on fishing for it) but you’ll definitely get the privacy and the view. And if you’re into fishing, the fishing is great. Plenty of places to sit down and relax and see the mountains reflection on the water.

  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Bellingham #12815

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    Definitely don’t miss the Sehome Hill Arboretum. It’s a completely wooded area with a great view on the ground, but the kicker is there is an observation tower you can go up in and get the view of a lifetime. All the trails are nice and marked, and the locals are friendly and helpful. Do yourself a favor and check this out.

  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Portland #12814

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    For privacy and a view that’s still close to entertainment, I’ve always preferred the Tom Mccall Waterfront Park. There’s rarely anyone there, and if there is they are not going to bother you and are probably just taking a stroll. There’s plenty of benches to sit on to view the water, and if you’re there in spring you can see the cherry blossoms. Pretty awesome smoke spot.

  • in reply to: Where to Smoke Marijuana in Seattle #12802

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    Carkeek park might be your best bet. Usually it’s empty and you have all the privacy you want. But if anyone is there they are probably even higher than you, and there’s plenty of space to go be by yourself somewhere if that’s what you want. Plus there is a ton of stuff around if you walk out of the park. Best of both worlds.

  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Bend #12795

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    Take a stroll up Pilot Butte. It’s unreal knowing that your literally standing on lava, as it’s a volcano. There’s nothing in the world quite like it. Plus there’s tons of spots to plop down on some rocks and enjoy the view. There’s also Lava River Cave if you’re trying to go underground instead of get higher…pun intended. Have fun and be safe!

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  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spot Eugene #12791

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    Might I suggest Mount Pisgah. The hike is not too bad and once your up at the top the view is downright inspiring. Plenty of spots along the way if you just feel like stopping anywhere. Don’t worry about the privacy, anyone you might encounter is probably doing the same thing you are. Smoke one for me up there.

  • in reply to: When Did Colorado Make Marijuana Legal? #13131

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    Marijuana has been legal officially since 12/10/12, when Amendment 64 was passed. At that point it was legal to use or posess up to an ounce of the substance. The stores were actually commercially able to sell marijuana legally on January 1, 2014. Up until then it was also illegal to grow marijuana for commercial use. A person is only allowed to possess an ounce of marijuana at a time. Colorado residents can buy up to that amount, out-of-state purchasers may buy 3/4 oz.

  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Albany, Oregon #15444

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    My personal favorite spot to smoke in Albany is the Talking Water Gardens. It’s a well maintained garden and park with numerous walkways to putz through and smoke along the way or chill out wherever you’d like. Along the paths there are waterfalls, local interesting vegetation, and information plaques for a little bit of a learning experience too. Waverly Lake Park is extremely pretty as well, if you just want to grab a blanket and sit down by the water and chill out. You can smoke at both spots with respect to people around you, but no need to worry about the legality of it. If you want to do some shopping check out the 4 Seasons Farmers Market while you’re in town as well.

  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Central Point , Oregon #15406

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    If you are looking for some serious fun after smoking a little pot in Central Point, Oregon then the one person you need to contact is Taylor from Rogue Jet Boat Adventures. So get your friends and meet this guy for the wildest tour with spins and turns that will definitely keep you on the edge! Very secluded and rich in history places will be revealed on this tour that will definitely be worth your time and money. As soon as you get the munchies, if you are a thai food fan, you should visit Thai Garden, a place that seems to be a local favorite for some great thai cuisine.


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    To apply for a card for your personal self you must be over the age of 18. You must also qualify as a patient by being diagnosed with a condition that falls under the medical marijuana regulations. If you are under 18 it is possible to get a medical marijuana card with a caregiver who is a parent or legal guardian. But the conditions for those under 18 in Delaware are much more strict, with a select few extreme conditions falling under the regulation for medical marijuana.

  • in reply to: What Are Maine Marijuana Laws For Tourists? #13418

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    If you have a medical card from your own state you can use marijuana legally as per medical marijuana use laws for up to a 30 day visit. You may not obtain marijuana in Maine with another states medical card. If you do not have a medical card at all, it is still technically illegal and a civil citation could be faced for using marijuana. Otherwise there is no difference between the laws for visitors or locals. If you are visiting, follow the laws.

  • in reply to: Best Marijuana Smoke Spots in Aurora, Colorado #15432

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    Nature lovers and horse riders can smoke in tranquil surroundings at the Sand Creek Riparian Preserve on E. 6th Ave. while walking the Sand Creek Greenway Trail. Smokers who prefer more urban escapes can enjoy the Quincy Reservoir lake, open seasonally from March 1 to October 31. The picnic shelter at the Star K ranch provides cover from the sun. Aquatically inclined marijuana enthusiasts can enjoy a day at the Aurora Reservoir, where they can watch sailing, windsurfing, and fishing while they sunbathe or walk the eight mile reservoir trail. Smokers can appreciate Mother Nature’s most delicate creatures at the Jewell Wildlife Center, which features a butterfly garden and a wetland boardwalk.

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