Helping You Plan Your Weed New Year’s Eve
Bud and Breakfast is ready and here to help you have a wonderful New Year’s Eve with weed, with suggestions on staycations and away vacations, as well as giving you, and all of us, reasons to celebrate cannabis in 2020 and to celebrate 2020 being over.
Planning your New Year’s Eve Weed
Step one, do you live in a state, providence or country where marijuana is legal? We’re up to 33 states out of 50 in the USA.
If you live in a legal state, stay home or find a Bud and Breakfast in your state to stay for Weed New Year’s Eve. Get high with high grade cannabis or dabs that you might not normally buy. Buy some cannabis infused wine or split a cannabis drink (watch for these to become much more popular as cannabis, CBD, and hemp infused drinks are the future, as well as, of course, cannabis travel).
If you, unfortunately, don’t live somewhere where cannabis is legal, we’re sorry. We suggest browsing and planning your summer vacation. Start with picking a state or country you’d like to visit, type it in the search bar, select some dates in the future, see what your search returns and then select “cannabis provided” to see which hosts really treat you. There are so many hosts with unique rentals, worldwide. Explore it with Bud and Breakfast, researching the best strains available. Someone has to smoke them all, why not you? Take a group and a cannabis tour to grows, or just a ganja getaway to get high. Plan your cannacation where you can smoke or dab all you want, whenever and wherever you want. Dinner table? Why not.
Reasons to be Cheerful, Part 3
2020 did have some “high” lights and we celebrate the House passing the MORE ACT which would decriminalize on the federal level. Again, in 2020, the first time, ever.
“Friday’s vote in the Democratic-led House is the first time a chamber of Congress has voted on federal marijuana decriminalization”.
Let’s celebrate the 5 states where every marijuana ballot passed, with no need for recounts. These results prove that people want medical marijuana and the ability to purchase if over 21.
In worldwide news, the UN rescheduled marijuana and took it off the most severe schedule:
“In reviewing a series of World Health Organization (WHO) recommendations on cannabis and its derivatives, the Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) zeroed-in on the decision to remove cannabis from Schedule IV of the?1961 Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs?— where it was listed alongside specific deadly, addictive opioids, including heroin, recognized as having little to no therapeutic purposes.”
By rescheduling marijuana, the doors are open to medical research and science. In the USA, in 2020 marijuana is still listed as a schedule I drug, right along with heroin, LSD and peyote. No comment, just eye rolling.
Reasons not to celebrate? Easy. Covid, Covid, Covid and did we mention, Covid. No travel, no fun at all. We know you as well as all of us, have our fingers crossed 2021 is better & we can have a real weed New Year next December.
Have a Weed New Year
Bud and Breakfast would like to thank you for your support and welcome your reservations for 2021. We are adding new hosts and locations daily. If you would like to get in on the ground floor of cannabis tourism, contact us, we can answer all your questions about becoming a host to the funniest, laid back tourists ever. Stoners aren’t destructive, we’re friendly. If you’re a stoner, let us help you find your perfect 420-friendly vacation spot.
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