Growing up near the infamous Green Triangle of cannabis farms

Life in the late sixties was antiquated compared to what the two of us have these mornings. When I was growing up, for instance, the two of us had fourTV stations and that was all. If I wanted to watch a specific show I had to turn on the cable at the specific time and day, or else I would miss it. There were no such things as DVD players or streaming services to watch a full series all at once, you could only watch whatever few things that were on at the time. The two of us had no smart or cell phones, there was no internet, and the coolest video games the two of us had ever seen were on the original Atari. It was a time when it was particularly easy to find marijuana, although there was not even a public discussion about it being made legal at this point. Where I lived there were many prominent local cannabis farms. Instead of battling and feuding with 1 another, all these marijuana farms combined their resources, and the area became known as the “Green Triangle” because it collectively supplied the lion’s share of pot for the whole state. That meant that around our town, cannabis was so easy to get and the laws were loosely enforced by the local cops, however just like happens with the newer dispensaries, the local cannabis industry benefited the whole town, and so everyone just came to accept it. That was many years ago, however the last I heard the Green Triangle was still going strong, and supplying many major cannabis dispensary chains with products. As a private citizen and a taxpayer, I’m just cheerful that cannabis has been decriminalized, so that tax cash can be spent on more important matters.


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