The leaves are turning and the temperatures dipping, which means it's time to grab your favorite strain and a Snuggie, and see what's on Netflix.
Here's a couple more things to do this fall:
There’s plenty to be done at this time of year, as outdoor marijuana growers bring in their sheaves. Folks from all over the world find work as trimmers and reap the rewards in plenty of finger hash and cash, and sometimes, pot!
Obviously. Smoke, vape, infuse, eat. Wash, rinse, repeat. This step may be on a continuous loop.
3. Pumpkin Carving
Smoking your beautiful outdoor flowers will give you plenty of creative juju. Etching a giant squash to unleash your inner artist is the perfect outlet. We know we don’t need to tell you to be careful with the knife. Be careful with the knife.
4. Apple Picking
Partaking of your sweet stash will probably lead to a case of the munchies. Instead of heading for the Funyuns in your cupboard, why not grab a friend or three and head to an apple farm for some good old-fashioned pickin’ fun? You’ll get fresh air, a little exercise and a basketful of crunchy, juicy apples to satisfy your cravings.
5. Haunted House
‘Tis the time of year when spoooooky haunted houses pop up everywhere. Roll up a fat joint and head over to that weird part of town to check out the scary mansion that’s perfectly terrifying. Make sure it’s a legit haunted house, and not some nice little old lady’s estate. If someone asks you for a ticket, you’re on the right track.
6. Corn Maze
What better pastime than to get stoned and then pleasantly lost? Find your local corn maze, blaze, and wander around semi-aimlessly until you’ve had enough.
7. Hay Ride
An autumnal American tradition. Take a ha(z)y ride to a barn dance, if you’re fortunate enough to live in a pastoral Midwestern setting. Or you can get high, rake all the leaves from your lawn into a big crate, invite all your friends over and just pretend! Screw what the neighbors think.