I spent 4 years working as a weed lover for a major dispensary chain; Let me quickly explain what that means.
A major dispensary chain always needs new distributors and sellers to keep the supply chain active.
We don’t grow our own, the two of us deal with growers who sell us immense quantities of their marijuana strains, which the dispensary then ships across the country to its store. I would try out these new strains, evaluate them, and then supply our recommendation on how much the two of us should buy. Well, over those 4 years I found myself flying into Seattle, WA so often that eventually I decided to stick around and make it our home. Let me be certain, I didn’t transport to Seattle because of the weed. With our job, I could still get Seattle cannabis no matter where I was living. I moved here because this city is amazing, and even when I was passing through it felt like home. It doesn’t hurt that I prefer the rain, because although it can’t rain all the time, it pours in the Seattle area almost 100 mornings a year. Some people don’t prefer the dismal gray skies even though I prefer them just fine, and I feel that they supply Seattle with a character that other cities lack. I still labor in the weed industry, but our mornings of being on the road are done, and I am a full time Seattle girl now. Between the weather, the weed, the live music, and the incredible landscapes in every direction, I can’t imagine living anywhere but Seattle, WA.