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Five fall weekend activities to do while high

Oct 26, 2021
And as weed connoisseurs know, all of this can be improved with a joint. Weed lends itself to a variety of activities, from solo experiences to group fun. Here are five fall activities ...

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Autumn signals not just cooler weather, but falling leaves, Halloween, pumpkin spice and sweaters, to name just a few. Even though the weather is substantially cooler this time of year, it’s a great time to enjoy the beautiful outdoors, while at the same time, getting cozy inside.

And as weed connoisseurs know, all of this can be improved with a joint.

Weed lends itself to a variety of activities, from solo experiences to group fun. Here are five fall activities a cannabis lover can do while high.

Board games can always be made better with the help of a little weed, and scheduling play sessions among friends during this time of the year can make for a perfect time to stay inside and cozy up.

The list of board games that can be played is long, ranging from something chill and easy-going like Monopoly to something more in-depth, such as a Dungeons and Dragons session made all the more real and entertaining with marijuana.

Plus, most games allow a person to snack while engaging their competitors.

Fall is the season of Halloween, making it possible that the local theater will be playing some old-school horror movies. But if that’s not one’s cup of tea, consider the spooky offerings on streaming services. Hulu, for example, has a special section called Huluween, which features a load of scary movies spanning comedy to slasher to gore.

FILE: In this file photo taken on May 29, 2019 a piece from the movie “Frankenstein” is displayed during the exhibition “Guillermo del Toro, At Home with My Monsters.” /

Hiking is one of the best fall activities in the world, lending itself perfectly to the fall weather. By adding weed to the mix, a person will be contributing a deeper appreciation for the surroundings and nature.

Cannabis consumers will likely enjoy the exercise more, as well as the colours and smells that this time of year offers. Just make sure to choose a hike that’s not too crazy; getting high and lost would not be a good thing.

If a person has children or young siblings, high trick or treating can be a kick and add a dimension of fun to a traditionally not-so-fun activity for those over the age of 12 or so. As long as things are kept under control, a little weed can help make for a good time and greater and more intense appreciation of the enthusiasm that young children have for the occasion.

Haunted houses are not for everyone, but they can be entertaining experiences if a person is in the right mindset and joined by the right people. Choose reliable friends for any haunted house experience and be mindful of how much weed is consumed. The right amount can make the experience; the wrong amount can break it.

Participants should make sure they’re comfortable with the haunted house they’re going to and have fun. There are few things as stressful and therapeutic as some controlled fear with a sprinkle of weed.

The FreshToast.com, a U.S. lifestyle site that contributes lifestyle content and, with their partnership with 600,000 physicians via Skipta, medical marijuana information to The GrowthOp.

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