When I moved to San Francisco, California, medicinal cannabis wasn’t legalized yet! A ton of things have changed in the last 20 years.
San Francisco has grown as well as doubled in size.
There are twice as numerous diners, shops, dive bars, as well as dance clubs as there was when I moved here. After I left my last beach home as well as moved into San Francisco, I found an entirely nice lake house right near the Haight-Ashbury District. The Haight-Ashbury district is in San Francisco. The town is famous as a cultural center for hippie as well as counterculture of the 1960s. The district is situated closely to Golden Gate Park. Every year while in the month of July, there is a Haight-Ashbury street fest that attracts thousands of people. The street is closed down to vehicular traffic as well as there are multiple sound stages for bands at each end of the street, and during gay pride festivities, the Haight-Ashbury district is entirely busy as well as filled with people. San Francisco is known for a lot of things all around the world, but gay pride month definitely attracts more than 2 of thousands of people from all over the country. I have a job in a cannabis dispensary close to the Haight-Ashbury District. During the pride month of July, the cannabis dispensary is filled with people from afternoon until night time. Most of these buyers are from states other than California. Since cannabis is legal for recreational purposes, almost anyone can use the drug. The two of us check IDs to make sure they are valid, but as long as you are smoking the cannabis products within California, anyone can purchase the items. During the month of Pride, our cannabis store is popping.