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SEATTLE

Postby slither » Thu Feb 04, 3:53 am

Wow.

Just.




WOW.


Welcome to Heaven.

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby Rudy » Thu Feb 04, 4:22 pm

Yeah. My son was just there. I've heard stories.

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby moe. » Thu Feb 04, 7:28 pm

It is cheaper down here in Oregon. Pop down to Portland if you get the chance. They have tons of dispensaries to choose from. I was amazed at the number in the Eugene/Springfield area too.

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby slither » Fri Feb 05, 3:37 am

moe. wrote:It is cheaper down here in Oregon. Pop down to Portland if you get the chance. They have tons of dispensaries to choose from. I was amazed at the number in the Eugene/Springfield area too.


Will do, moe.

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby slither » Wed Jul 20, 12:55 pm

Denver and Portland pale in comparison.

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby NewYork, New York » Mon Jul 25, 9:28 pm

slither wrote:Wow.

Just.




WOW.


Welcome to Heaven.


Please elaborate. What "wowed" you in Seattle?

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby worldcitizen1723 » Tue Jul 26, 2:35 am

NewYork, New York wrote:
slither wrote:Wow.

Just.




WOW.


Welcome to Heaven.


Please elaborate. What "wowed" you in Seattle?


yeah tell us east coasters more!!!!

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby Rudy » Tue Jul 26, 2:22 pm

Well, for starters there are lots of young, smart, vibrant people living there...


...making the rent ridiculously high and loads of competition for good paying jobs.


But the scenery is gorgeous and the weed is good.

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby Banks » Tue Jul 26, 2:39 pm

We drove in for a day in March when we were visiting Vancouver... I had been before, but a dozen or so years ago... city is as nice as before... depending on where you stay, the dispensaries were a bit out of the way. I've been on sabbatical, so all I did was go into Dockside Cannabis and look around. The place was beautiful, the staff excellent, and the products looked terrific. You can't just light up anywhere however. Heading back to Vancouver, we pulled over to get fuel, and while driving around the block to get back on the interstate I saw girls carrying signs saying buy your cannabis here... seems a bit more liberal outside of Seattle... personally I liked Vancouver and its surroundings more, and with the current rate of exchange it's a bargain...

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby Lazy stones » Tue Jul 26, 3:41 pm

I visited Seattle and Tacoma two years ago but had no need to buy anything as the locals gave me it free cos they are among the nicest people I have ever met on my travels. I struggled to buy a round as they all insisted on paying my tab. I reciprocate this hospitality in Scotland to septics I meet.

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby Old Fart » Tue Jul 26, 4:19 pm

I'll be makeing a tour of the Pacific Northwest in September for a few weeks. I've never been.

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby Bohannon » Tue Jul 26, 6:30 pm

Old Fart wrote:I'll be makeing a tour of the Pacific Northwest in September for a few weeks. I've never been.



Hmm, I may be there during that time.

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby Banks » Tue Jul 26, 6:33 pm

Old Fart wrote:I'll be makeing a tour of the Pacific Northwest in September for a few weeks. I've never been.

If you are going to Vancouver, take the drive up to Whistler on Canada 99... it is beautiful. If it's something that interests you, they have some very impressive zip lining places up there... I wanted to do it but we didn't have the time that day... and if you enjoy snow boarding etc, I understand its a nirvana...

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby 27guldens » Tue Jul 26, 10:19 pm

One of the highlights of our trip around the Pacific Northwest, was the night we stayed here:

http://www.quileuteoceanside.com/

The deluxe cabins are worth the extra money.

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby moe. » Wed Jul 27, 6:08 pm

Bohannon wrote:
Old Fart wrote:I'll be making a tour of the Pacific Northwest in September for a few weeks. I've never been.



Hmm, I may be there during that time.


If possible, I'd love to meet up with you guys while you're up here.

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby Old Fart » Thu Jul 28, 1:15 am

moe. wrote:
Bohannon wrote:
Old Fart wrote:I'll be making a tour of the Pacific Northwest in September for a few weeks. I've never been.



Hmm, I may be there during that time.


If possible, I'd love to meet up with you guys while you're up here.

Sounds good. I'll be in touch when it gets a little closer.

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby moe. » Sun Jul 31, 10:31 pm

Looks like we will be in Vancouver Labor Day weekend and we'll make the drive to Whistler as suggested. I found a few dispensaries/vape lounges that will accept my OR mmj card too. I can't wait to try poutine.

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby Bohannon » Mon Aug 01, 2:12 am

moe. wrote:Looks like we will be in Vancouver Labor Day weekend and we'll make the drive to Whistler as suggested. I found a few dispensaries/vape lounges that will accept my OR mmj card too. I can't wait to try poutine.



Perhaps we could meet up there. I am thinking of flying to Portland first to visit my kids...

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby slither » Wed May 10, 12:29 am

Silver Tip
Royal Kush
(GLW)

Gorilla Glue #4
(TBP)

If in Washington this summer, by all means try them.
These are impressive strains with remarkable genetics. And powerful effects.

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby MileHighDenver » Wed May 10, 5:14 am

slither wrote:Silver Tip
Royal Kush
(GLW)

Gorilla Glue #4
(TBP)

If in Washington this summer, by all means try them.
These are impressive strains with remarkable genetics. And powerful effects.


No dabs?

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby Generous_J » Wed May 10, 9:03 am

I got an oz. of OG Kush imported from California. It's very nice.

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby moe. » Wed May 10, 9:02 pm

slither wrote:Silver Tip
Royal Kush
(GLW)

Gorilla Glue #4
(TBP)

If in Washington this summer, by all means try them.
These are impressive strains with remarkable genetics. And powerful effects.


The most impressive thing about GG #4 is that it originates from a hermie plant and that is still a problem to this day. That is most likely why I found seeds in the last sack that we bought and why I'll have to keep a close eye on those plants when they flower. But the taste and effects are soooo worth it.

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby slither » Fri Jun 02, 7:31 pm

moe. wrote:
slither wrote:Silver Tip
Royal Kush
(GLW)

Gorilla Glue #4
(TBP)

If in Washington this summer, by all means try them.
These are impressive strains with remarkable genetics. And powerful effects.


The most impressive thing about GG #4 is that it originates from a hermie plant and that is still a problem to this day. That is most likely why I found seeds in the last sack that we bought and why I'll have to keep a close eye on those plants when they flower. But the taste and effects are soooo worth it.


I have experienced the same, moe. But very very few, if any, and really only the little white immature type.
Nothing workable. ;-)

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby moe. » Thu Sep 28, 9:43 pm

slither wrote:
moe. wrote:
slither wrote:Silver Tip
Royal Kush
(GLW)

Gorilla Glue #4
(TBP)

If in Washington this summer, by all means try them.
These are impressive strains with remarkable genetics. And powerful effects.


The most impressive thing about GG #4 is that it originates from a hermie plant and that is still a problem to this day. That is most likely why I found seeds in the last sack that we bought and why I'll have to keep a close eye on those plants when they flower. But the taste and effects are soooo worth it.


I have experienced the same, moe. But very very few, if any, and really only the little white immature type.
Nothing workable. ;-)


All 5 seeds that I saved were fully mature and the two that I popped last spring are a couple weeks away from coming down. No signs of any hermie activity.

BTW, we are planning to go up to Seattle for a long (3-4 day) weekend sometime in the next month or so and I'm open to suggestions as to what to do there. Things being considered so far include: Space Needle, Pikes Place Market, Snoqualmie Falls, Mt. Ranier, trying to find cheap nosebleed tickets to a Seahawks game (not holding out much hope for this one), Seattle Arboretum, and the Underground Tour.

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby Old Fart » Fri Sep 29, 1:05 am

My advice would be to park far away from Seattle city center/Space needle and take public transportation in or rent a bike? Beautiful city, great people, cluster-fuck traffic and available parking.

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby slither » Fri Sep 29, 1:18 pm

Old Fart wrote:My advice would be to park far away from Seattle city center/Space needle and take public transportation in or rent a bike? Beautiful city, great people, cluster-fuck traffic and available parking.



Pike's Place, a Seahawks game, and Seattle Cannabis Co.

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby Banks » Fri Sep 29, 2:26 pm

moe. wrote:BTW, we are planning to go up to Seattle for a long (3-4 day) weekend sometime in the next month or so and I'm open to suggestions as to what to do there. Things being considered so far include: Space Needle, Pikes Place Market, Snoqualmie Falls, Mt. Ranier, trying to find cheap nosebleed tickets to a Seahawks game (not holding out much hope for this one), Seattle Arboretum, and the Underground Tour.

Where are you staying?

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby moe. » Fri Sep 29, 4:54 pm

Old Fart wrote:My advice would be to park far away from Seattle city center/Space needle and take public transportation in or rent a bike? Beautiful city, great people, cluster-fuck traffic and available parking.


Noted, thanks! I got a taste of their traffic going to Vancouver last year. Bumper to bumper on a Saturday morning. We'll look into using public transportation. We could bring our own bikes, but she isn't comfortable riding in the city. Do they have dedicated bike lanes?

Banks wrote:Where are you staying?


We're not exactly sure yet. She is looking at AirBnB places. Based on OFs input I told her to try to find one located near public transportation.

slither wrote:Pike's Place, a Seahawks game, and Seattle Cannabis Co.


Any idea where to score a good deal on tickets? I haven't been to an NFL game since 1978, I would really like to see the Hawks. I'll probably have my own buds with me, but I might stop in to see what's on offer if we are nearby for something else.

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby Banks » Fri Sep 29, 4:58 pm

In the city I would just Uber everywhere... StubHub works good for tickets in my experience...

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Re: SEATTLE

Postby slither » Sat Sep 30, 5:35 am

moe. wrote:
Old Fart wrote:My advice would be to park far away from Seattle city center/Space needle and take public transportation in or rent a bike? Beautiful city, great people, cluster-fuck traffic and available parking.


Noted, thanks! I got a taste of their traffic going to Vancouver last year. Bumper to bumper on a Saturday morning. We'll look into using public transportation. We could bring our own bikes, but she isn't comfortable riding in the city. Do they have dedicated bike lanes?

Banks wrote:Where are you staying?


We're not exactly sure yet. She is looking at AirBnB places. Based on OFs input I told her to try to find one located near public transportation.

slither wrote:Pike's Place, a Seahawks game, and Seattle Cannabis Co.


Any idea where to score a good deal on tickets? I haven't been to an NFL game since 1978, I would really like to see the Hawks. I'll probably have my own buds with me, but I might stop in to see what's on offer if we are nearby for something else.


http://www.seahawks.com/tickets/single-game-tickets


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