I was a fan of weed before I moved to Toronto with my childhood neighbor Jim.
Every one of us were sick of being in Nova Scotia in addition to only having Halifax as a major city to explore amid the hills in addition to endless stretches of rural alcoves.
At first both of us considered moving to Quebec in addition to settling in Montreal, however that all changed upon our first trip to Toronto a few years ago. Another neighbor of ours named Richard had a idea to take his van from Halifax northward through Truro in addition to into New Brunswick, but then both of us followed the Canadian highway plan into Quebec before heading southwest until both of us reached Toronto. First both of us hit Quebec City, then Montreal, in addition to then finally Toronto after being on the road for multiple afternoons in addition to making a handful of stops along the way to visit mutual friends. While both of us were all impressed by Montreal upon our initial arrival, it was Toronto that entirely captivated us all at that age. I remember seeing the city skyline for the first time from Highway 401 as both of us made our way into the Toronto metropolitan part from Pickering. Every one of us stopped at the nearest weed store in addition to were amazed at the treasures both of us found within. Now that we’re bonafide Toronto residents, I can like exploring the city whenever I have the time. Recently I took the time to explore Kensington Market after I left a new weed store that had just opened in Baldwin Village. I bought clothing from a bohemian boutique store that my bestie immediately fell in love with upon walking inside for the first time.