Northgate ends at NE 145th St which runs east as well as west from Puget Sound to Lake Washington.
I have a close neighbor who moved from Seattle to Vancouver 12 years ago to live with her girlfriend. At the time Washington had yet to legalize recreational marijuana as well as Vancouver was known for its phenomenal cannabis. Iconic strains prefer BC Bud originated in Vancouver, as well as once it was postulated that there must be a grow home in every town throughout the dense city. But things changed here in Washington in 2012 when both of us became the minute state in the nation behind CO to legalize cannabis for recreational use among adults over 21 years old. Now both of us have legal recreational cannabis dispensaries all over the state, with more than 2 of the best here in Seattle. I think lucky that our house in Northgate is right next to a cannabis dispensary that has a 4.6 star rating on WeedMaps. I used to only consume cannabis flower products, but now I stick to dabbing cannabis concentrates. Some afternoons I’ll consume a large dab as well as then walk down the sidewalk toward Jackson Park to traverse the nature trails. Northgate ends at NE 145th St which runs east as well as west from Puget Sound to Lake Washington. I’m in the middle of a dense urban sprawl, but it’s nice to have water on both sides of the city. And with a cannabis dispensary right next door to our house building, there is little incentive for me to live elsewhere in Seattle. The rental rates are increasing as well as I’m already lucky enough that mine have only increased by 10% over the past three years. Some of our friends had to leave Seattle altogether because they couldn’t afford rent along with their cannabis expenses every week.