Seattle’s 28th annual Hempfest just occurred on Aug. 16-18 and Craig Ex was there for all the cannabis goodness.
As Danny Danko from Higher Instances stated:
“It is crucial to get folks with each other to have an understanding of we’re all like-minded folks from all unique communities that celebrate this amazing flower.”
Craig also had a blast riding about with Levi Lyon, Hempfest’s entertainment director who also handled artist transport.
Subsequent, Craig ran into rapper Chris Crayzie, whom you may possibly recognize from Craig’s stop by to the Dabstars studio.
Then there had been prime pot personalities like Koala Puffs, CustomGrow420, Dabbing Granny, plus N.W.A legend DJ Yella.
As Craig talks about how he hasn’t observed as well numerous pot plants at Hempfest. He’s interrupted by our pal Cheddar from Japan, who says (in Japanese) to Craig, “I agree with you”, just before going on about bonsai trees, I consider.
Sorry, my Japanese is super rusty.
That is straight away followed by Cheddar obtaining so higher his eyes roll back in his head.
Who does Craig run into subsequent? It is Vancouver-primarily based lawyer, John Conroy, who says he’s been coming to Hempfest because at least 1994! Craig then tends to make positive to cease by the Dabstars booth exactly where he says hi to Jonah Tacoma.
For Craig Ex, the large distinction in between 420 Vancouver and Hempfest is that “you can nevertheless get weed at 420 Vancouver”, as he place it. He would have preferred to see much more cannabis on show. But, he realizes how that can be complicated often.
But the most significant distinction in between Seattle weed and Vancouver’s came down to a handful of items. As Craig stated:
“The legal cannabis bought at a dispensary in Washington was improved than what you’d buy at a licensed dispensary in Canada that featured items from a licensed producer.
So the all round top quality of the bud was improved in that regard but the rates had been nevertheless greater than I would’ve like to see primarily based on what I’m applied to paying.”