Spring break in the cabin, with weed and beer

We like to bring old gaming systems that don’t require the internet, board games, and even role playing games like Dungeons and Dragons, but without a healthy supply of cannabis sativa to fuel our fun, we tend to get bored.

The boys and I went back to the cabin again for spring break. This is the third year in a row we have done it, and I like to think that we will keep doing it long after we finish with college. There is not much to the place, it’s just a simple three-room cabin near the lake. There is electricity and plumbing, but no cable or wifi so we have to entertain ourselves. We have a ritual that we follow on the way there. We stop by the grocery store for food, and the liquor store for drinks, and then we hit the cannabis dispensary on the way out of town. The cannabis is the key factor to all of this, because it becomes our main source of entertainment. We like to bring old gaming systems that don’t require the internet, board games, and even role playing games like Dungeons and Dragons, but without a healthy supply of cannabis sativa to fuel our fun, we tend to get bored. Let me tell you, when playing a 10 hour long session of Dungeons and Dragons, you need a steady flow of cannabis smoke into the room to keep people in the mood. I am more of a drinker than most people so I balance out my cannabis intake with a robust amount of whiskey and water. This year was probably the best year ever, because the cannabis was abundant and Kevin also brought along a baggie full of edibles. It turns out the edibles contained not just cannabis, but also high amounts of peyote!
Cannabis edibles