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RedHat Ralph’s 2017 Oregon Cannabis Event Picks for Spring


RedHat Ralphs 2017 Oregon Cannabis Event Picks for Spring: For those of us who enjoy the new cannabis culture in Oregon, April is the beginning of our season.  Not only do we have the wonderfully colorful blossoms supplied by the Pacific Northwest’s trees and shrubs and flowers, we also have the beginnings of Cannabis Event Season.  For me, Cannabis Event Season begins in April, extends into August, and offers me the social gatherings that bring so many of us together.  Being one of those folks who is inept in almost every social occasion, these events are some of the only chances I have to meet like-minded individuals and interact with them in one of the only social outlets I seem to enjoy.

The reason I bring this up is that I have been asked what I am planning on doing this season.  In case more than one person in the world is interested in what type of events are available in an area where both medical and recreational cannabis use is both legal and responsibly indulged, I came up with a list.  

RedHat Ralphs 2017 Oregon Cannabis Event Picks for Spring :

I am sure that there will be many more events presenting themselves to me, as well as numerous specials at some of the 181 medical and recreational dispensaries (as of 3/31/17) within the area I am comfortable calling my wandering area.  For the second year in a row I plan to use TriMet public transportation (https://trimet.org ) and my feet to visit all 181 of those dispensaries during Cannabis Event Season.  Won’t it be fun to see what I find?


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Redhat Ralph is a happily married grandfather. He and his wonderfully tolerant wife of 30 years relocated from a small town in the middle of North Dakota to an apartment in downtown Portland and eventually to a home they own in Beaverton. Ralph and Flo have led a rich and fulfilling life while raising two daughters, including living in Frankfurt Germany while she was a soldier in the US Army (and a broadcaster on AFN), and living in the Grand Canyon National Park where he was the Computer Operations Manager. Ralph is extremely happy that he is still healthy enough to participate in a cannabis lifestyle and looks forward to seeing the end of the federal prohibition of cannabis.

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