I spent more than three years genuinely working as a marijuana client for a major dispensary chain! Let me hastily explain what that means. A major dispensary chain constantly needs new distributors and sellers to keep the supply chain active. We don’t raise our own, the people I was with and I deal with growers who sell us large amounts of their marijuana strains, which the dispensary then ships across the country to it’s storefront. I would taste these new strains, evaluate them, and then give our tips on how much the people I was with and I should buy. Well, over those more than three years I found myself flying into Seattle, Washington so often that eventually I decided to stick around and make it our home. Let myself and others be clear, I didn’t move to Seattle because of the weed. With our work, I could still get Seattle cannabis no matter where I was residing. I moved here because this town is amazing, and even when I was passing through it felt like home. It doesn’t hurt that I adore the rain, because although it can’t rain all the time, it pours in the Seattle area almost 170 days a year. Some people don’t appreciate the dismal gray skies although I appreciate them just fine, and I guess that they give Seattle a character that other cities lack. I still work in the weed field, but our days of being on the road are done, and I am a full time Seattle boy now. Between the weather, the weed, the live music, and the incredible landscapes in every direction, I can’t imagine living anywhere but Seattle, Washington.