johannesnw:

Twaxed up some 24k gold papers.

vanessabat:

"Take care of the land…someday you’ll be part of it"
- sign on our hike in Chantery Flats


gayleaf:

you’re not allowed to wear a cotton t-shirt unless you’re a true fan! do you go to the fields and look at it? do you appreciate the agricultural implications of a gigantic cotton industry? do you understand the harvesting process? name 5 cotton harvesting machines. didn’t think so


planetbmx:

molhimawk:

#gnar #bmx @redbull #molhimawkstreet #tagsforlikes #instalike

Damn!

yourganjaguru:

jinxinator:

420 celebrations went down between 12 p.m. and 6 p.m. on APRIL 20, 2014 at Yonge-Dundas Square in Toronto, Canada. A peaceful smoke-filled affair, the place was a veritable hotbox when 4:20 p.m. rolled around.
Posted by DEREK FLACK

Meanwhile, in Canada….

willy-grind:

Rowan Zorilla carving an abandon water slide in KC.

stayfaded-xo:

Blunts at the park :)

onlydabshatter:

nugrun and palm trees 





weedporndaily:

Colorado marijuana law frustrates Nebraska law officers
OMAHA, Neb. (Gazette) — Some Nebraska law enforcement officers are increasingly frustrated that their agencies have to bear the cost of jailing and prosecuting people for drug violations tied to Colorado’s legalized marijuana.
Premium-quality cannabis from Colorado has been appearing in western Nebraska communities and burning through law enforcement budgets since Colorado started allowing the purchase and use of pot for medical purposes — and then, beginning Jan. 1, recreationally. Pot remains an illicit drug under federal law and in all seven states that border Colorado.
Many officers in the region have come to believe that Colorado should shoulder some of the cost, the Omaha World-Herald reported (http://bit.ly/PkoFxD ) Sunday.
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