This week the weather has been worse than I have ever seen in the region.
I’ve only been here for a short time, but even the fifty year locals said the storm was a surprise.
Waves on the coast line were near thirty feet. It felt like a hurricane to me, even if it is January. Surfers were going to try to get out there, but the beaches were strictly patrolled by the state police and the forest rangers. They weren’t going to let anyone out there. It would have been a threat to life. It was hard for me to manage through the storm. I was evacuated on New years eve. The state police officer said we had thirty minutes to get out of our home before the dam breaks and washed out the bridge. The bridge never washed out, but then it continued to rain and the threat to life was imminent once again. We were sent packing once again for our own safety. During both of those catastrophes, I nearly lost my mind trying to figure out where my family and I were going to go. I was thankful to have medical marijuana. I’ve had a cannabis card for the past two years. I can get low cost medicine at the marijuana shop because I am a medical patient. I buy as much marijuana as I need and I never run out. I always find good deals on marijuana nearby too. Just last month I got two ounces of 33% blue dream marijuana for less than $100 and that included all of the taxes!