If I wasn’t careful, I’d spend every single last dollar of my disposable income on cannabis concentrates in Seattle
Washington became the second state to legalize recreational cannabis when it followed Colorado’s effort in 2012. I love the weed in Washington, especially considering the low quality medical marijuana I was buying down south for a few years. My home state was one of the first in the south to legalize medical marijuana, and it has been a time consuming effort to get the state to open the market up to more businesses and products. I wasn’t willing to wait, so I immediately started looking for jobs out west in one of the states with an open and free cannabis industry. That’s what led me to looking for work in Seattle specifically. Like many others, I had considered moving to California for years but I can’t wrap my head around the wildfires and earthquakes. Granted, the idea of Mount Rainier erupting sometimes keeps me up at night, but at least it’s an otherworldly beauty as it stands today. My employer’s office is in the Industrial District which is the area of Seattle adjacent to many of Puget Sound’s shipping and loading ports. It’s also becoming known as a neighborhood with an increasing number of marijuana stores. There’s one that is open until 1am and they have a huge selection of cannabis concentrates. There is live resin, live rosin, bubble hash, wax, shatter, crumble, and diamonds. If I wasn’t careful, I’d spend every single last dollar of my disposable income on cannabis concentrates in Seattle. Since I’m a recreational customer, I have to pay heavy taxes on every single cannabis purchase.