As of today, our out of office is on as the team is heading for the hills (quite literally) of @bciht .
I will be keeping an eye on messages and emails while we are away but please bear in mind that response times will be slower than usual.
Any orders placed this week will ensure the stock is reserved and will be posted as soon as we are back in the office on Monday 27th August.
Thanks very much for your patience during this (very exciting) time.
Feels so good to be on the road with my babes and the little nerd to be that's germinating ❤️ it's been 5 years since I've got out for more than a day or two. It's an amazing feeling to be free for a little while without the restraints of gardening chaining me down. Some think growing plants is glamorous, care free type of lifestyle.. just wait until you do it long enough. It's the most demanding job I've done and I've done a lot of different types of jobs. 356 days a year, no weekends, it's easy to lose an entire crop which can cause months of setbacks, even longer like 6 months. Imagine calling in sick to work for two or three days because you can't get out of bed, pneumonia or something.. Then you feel better and go back to work and because you took a few sick days off, you don't get paid for 3 or 4 months but you still have to work every day and work twice as hard. People think there are huge financial incentives being a cultivator.. And there are.. If everything goes perfectly lol. Which never happens. I don't care how big or fancy some facilities are.. If they act like they are master growers and nothing goes wrong.. It's always smooth sailing.. They never show anything going wrong etc.. Unfollow them because they are lying fakes.. Because in reality land of the growing world, shit is always going wrong and it takes a skilled grower to adapt and overcome issues. Murphys law is not a joke lol. Growing weed is a roller-coaster. Anyway, that was off track a little lol, the point I was making is that if you are an independent caregiver doing everything yourself, do yourself a favor, find a close friend you can trust to at least keep your genetics alive and make sure you get away at least once a year. If you are tied down too long and don't give yourself some grow freedom, it will start eating you alive. So plan your YEAR accordingly! Figure out a time 12 months down the road where you can get away and go nerd the fuck out 🤓 Growing is life, but family is everything! #roadtrip#mountains#crosscountry#nerdgrown#cannabisnerd#highsociety#420#fueledbythc#iwillmarrymary#growyourown#weedstagram420#cannabiscommunity#kush#wfayo#cannabisculture
Nothing special about today. 7 miles under the sun (although my watch says 6, it died)
Felt easy, but the air ain’t too good during the day. Gonna run tomorrow evening again! I love training in cool weather.
I hope you all had a great day, and have an amazing night!
I’m guessing sometime around 1993/94 on my very first cross-country journey & California residence. My friend @zebralionwarrior (on right & Leigh on my left) sent this to me recently, which brought back a lot of memories. We were in our early-ish 20s and I’d like to say ‘without a care in the world’, but truthfully learning lessons at every curve in the highway; most of which took a few decades to understand at least in my case. Nonetheless...I was forever changed thanks to that experience & these two women. Helluva’ journey....
La segunda fecha del Campeonato de #crosscountry se realizó en #paracas y @diegod4x ganó la categoría de camionetas, @ignacio_flores_s fue el vencedor en #quads @juancarlosuribe721 venció en #utv e @israelborrell6 ganó en #motos
Sick with a headache and sore throat but still smiling because I get to spend the weekend in the mountains for @cbuxctf pre-season camp AND this sweet girl and my parents get to tag along! 🙌🏼