On the water and smoking

Before I moved to Toronto, I was a resident of the space of Michigan known as “the thumb.” Since the smaller part of Michigan looks like a hand, the portion of the state that literally resembles a human thumb was given that name.

  • More recognizably, I lived in Port Huron near the Canadian border and the city of Sarnia.

I remember taking day trips into Canada over the Blue Water Bridge with my family in the years before passports were required for travel in and out of the United States. We would hop onto Highway 402 and drive east until reaching Highway 401 just out of London, Ontario. If we stayed on Highway 401 and drove northeast we’d eventually hit Toronto. This was a fun drive to make because we had relatives living just out of Toronto in Pickering along the banks of Frenchman’s Bay in Lake Ontario. All of us youngsters would get on bikes and ride down to Beachfront Park. Now that I’m living in Toronto as a resident, going to the banks of Lake Ontario with a disposable cannabis vape pen is a single of my all time number one things to do. Sometimes I rent a boat so I can enjoy my cannabis out on the open waters. These cannabis vaporizer pens are available at most cannabis dispensaries and are straight-forward to conceal just about anywhere usual nicotine vaping is allowed. I try to limit myself to outdoor spaces so I’m not pushing the chance of getting caught too much, especially if I tried to watch a Maple Leaf’s hockey game at Scotiabank Arena.


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