My local pot shops

There are nine pot shops nearby where I am in Chimacum, and a few are quite nice, even unique:

This is Chimacum Cannabis, the closest store to me. It’s a remodeled farm house (on a historical register) in what we call “downtown Chimacum”. The owner likewise remodeled a neighboring house as a cannabis-friendly B&B.

Discovery Bay Cannabis is in an old train that used to run in these parts but was abandoned. It’s been a restaurant and ice cream shop along hwy 101.

Sea Change was the first shop to open on the Olympic Peninsula, the fifth store to be opened in Washington state. It was built as a coffee shop, along hwy 101 just a quick stroll from Discovery Bay Cannabis. The original licensee is now a County Commissioner and sold his cannabis license.

The newest store in the state, “Greens”, completely designed and purpose-built by the S’klallam tribe, again along hwy 101. There are about 5 or 6 tribal cannabis stores in the state which operate under a “compact” with the state that says they will follow (mostly) the laws of the state. Tribal taxes are almost the same as the state’s, and they keep them.

I’m lucky to have so many interesting pot stores in my neighborhood; most of them throughout the west are pretty ordinary, maybe even tacky.

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