When I turned the corner and saw the Shogun Extracts booth, I became ecstatic. Zacatecas is the state in Mexico where my family hails from! Medicated tamales estillo Zacatecas? yes please! it was hard to say if the potency was there, since I maintained such a steady high, but it tasted like home.
Beezle's Creamery took home first place in the edible category for these 25mm medicated mochi bites! This one is Horchata flavored, and I'm sure the rest were just as tasty and I really regret not buying any more.
There was plenty of glass by artists I didn't know. Here is another Wu-Tang piece by an artist I didn't catch the name of.
The fade one this little banger hanger had me mesmerized.
And there was some amazing work put into these mini tubes as well, look at the crows! This was a truly talented artist, I wish I had caught his name.
There were so many artists and so much work out that multiple people had worked on, I couldn't keep up, but I still want to share the work even if I don't know who made. Feel free to reach out with the answers if you have them!
As cannabis events and parties grow, with bigger musical headliners and more diverse crowds, it can be harder, or easier for some, to remember why we attend these functions to being with. To see our friends and family in the community, enjoy the festivities, and learn about new cultivators, products and dispensaries, or to enjoy those who supply areas we don't live in! Jungle Boyz were out selling clones and pressing some of their "Jungle Juice" for patients who purchased their flower. The Jungle Boyz flavors by Oil Refinery Co we swooped from TLC Collective was so clean and stable, yum!
I'm never upset when I see Wu-Tang live, wish Method Man would have been there!
We were all making the best of the music, the heat, and each other. Great vibes, honestly.
Until next time Chalice!
stoneyxochi. 30 year old California native. proud pothead, Mexicana and woman.