Happy Monday to y’all resident homies! Next up on our Budtender List: Meet Dylan!
- Nickname: Doolan
- Age you discovered your passion for cannabis: 14
- First time you’ve tried cannabis and how: First time I smoked was in an alley behind a church 😂 out of a broken pipe - How do you take your cannabis: Joints
- THC/CBD?: THC
- INDICA/SATIVA?: Sativa🤙
- Favorite Product in the store: Money dick🐳
- Favorite song at #TGJ Playlist on Spotify: White Iverson
I have such a love/hate relationship with Sundays. I love how relaxing they are. Ian and I always stay in bed a little longer Sunday mornings, pick up breakfast, and just hang out all day. It’s rare that we actually make plans to do things on Sundays. I hate that Sunday means the end of the weekend. It means Ian and I go back to our crazy weekday lives where we only see eachother for a couple hours every day and I don’t get to spend as much time with Gizmo. I dream of the day where Sundays no longer mean the end of the weekend.
isn’t it incredible we live only 2 hours from this beautiful place!? 🌲💛
we had the best weekend at @harrisonhotspringsresort with very little cell phone service & lots of zen. the most relaxing place with 5 mineral hot springs, steam rooms, saunas, basically it’s just one giant spa in the most beautiful setting. ✨
The weather has been warmer this February compared to last year. People often think that Black Bears hibernate due to temperature or time of year which is not the case, Black Bears den when their natural food sources are not available.
We saw our first dandelion yesterday, the grass is growing, buds are on trees and the skunk cabbage is starting to sprout. These are all natural food sources for bears. In British Columbia this a critical time for all of us to secure our garbage, organics and other attractants, one of the biggest being bird feeders. This includes hummingbird feeders that are pure sugar and bird seed is loaded with calories and fat.
Let’s get off to a good start this year and help keep our bears wild.
Not a waterfall. Huh?
Why is this not a waterfall?
I went up a stream to find a waterfall I’ve known about. And I came back with a picture of moss.
After scrambling up and over several slippery logs on a very sketchy trail dangling over a creek, I admitted that I was being an idiot. I was probably going to tumble down the bank and do myself an injury. I should have acquired some wisdom by now. Since that hasn’t happened, I would resort to “fake it til you make it.”. I faked wisdom. I turned back short of reaching the falls.
As consolation I spent a good while with legs wrapped around fallen logs trying to photograph the plants. So that is why you are seeing moss not a waterfall.
Break free for a little adventure from time to time. I know your busy working but remember to get busy living too.
Which do you prefer, mountains/snow or jungles/beaches? 🏔vs🏝 and let me know why.
I'm a Gemini so I think a one half can't get enough of the snow but the other loves to be lost in the jungles. But the mosquitoes in the jungles break the tie for me. I have some sweet blood and am always eaten alive so I’m more for the 🏔 ❄️...but if you know of any jungles and beaches with no mosquitos...that may be my heaven!