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A Cannabis Farm Tour Guide’s Thanksgiving

cannaseurs weed and wine tasting

Thanksgiving for cannasseurs includes wine and weed tasting.

Thanksgiving is the time when we count our blessings, and think about all the things we’re thankful for.

 

As a tour guide, I’m thankful that tourism is opening up once again!  For the last 2 years, we’ve hosted Americans almost exclusively on our 420 tours.  We love hosting our countrymen – from the teetotalers who are curious about the history, industry, and culture of The Emerald Triangle, to the canna-curious, to the sophisticated growers and cannasseurs who come to see, smell, and smoke the best of the best.  We also really miss the guests on our weed tours who come to visit the Mendocino farms from all over the world – even from countries that still have draconian cannabis laws.

A weed tour buss full of cannasseurs

We’re so thankful that tourism is opening up, and we will see cannasseurs from all over the world once again.

As an American, I’m thankful that we are legalizing cannabis for medicine and for adult use all across our land, and that we are headed for national legalization.  It’s long overdue.  I’m thankful that serious medical research is finally being done on this miraculous plant, and that people suffering from maladies that cannabis really helps have access to a medicine that alleviates their suffering.

Dennis Peron standing in his San Francisco dispensary

We’re thankful that after so many years of struggle, cannabis is finally legal as a medicine in most states, and total legalization is on its way.

I’m thankful that I get to call so many legacy weed farmers from the best pot farms in California my friends.  There’s nothing better than imbibing the fruits, (or more accurately, flowers) of the labors of true artisans who have been growing phenomenal cannabis for generations as they beam with well deserved pride.

a group of people posing for the camera

Emerald City Genetics’ Master Grower Nepat (L), Jesse, master grower of Sticky Fields (C), and a very happy tourist standing next to greatness (R)

And I’m thankful that among all the tours SF has to offer, cannabis tourism is becoming more mainstream, and I’m happy to announce that we will be partnering with Gray Line to offer weed and wine tasting tours starting next spring!  Keep checking our tour schedule for our upcoming weed and wine tasting 420 tour.  Seats will fill up fast! 

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