Summer-time stoner to-do’s

I feel like growing up in the Northwest it’s a necessity to have a few go-to activities or places to be when the weather turns up. Shit, especially us west-side Washingtonians. We get so sun deprived that when it finally does get nice out everybody and their sister are out and about and sometimes our go to spots are way too crowded, or you know, not so great of place to go and blaze it up at.

Have no fear though my friends I’m here to give you a couple of my go-to secret stoner friendly spots and activities, but remember keep it clean, pack-in pack-out, treat it like your momma’s house, and we’ll have no qualms.

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Disc golf is the perfect outdoor activity for my attention span and athleticism. There are a few awesome spots within the Tacoma area that are nice and stoner friendly. Steilacoom disc golf course is coming in at the top of the list it has three marked courses; two full 18-hole courses, one 9-hole par 3 course, plenty of places to burn one. Always be cautious and courteous of other course goers though because occasionally you will run into a family with youngsters, and c’mon no one wants to be that guy.

A summer past time for many of my friends and I, has always been skimboarding. Damn near every peninsula, island, or coastline within the Puget Sound has a sandy beach or two. If you look hard enough, and at the right tide, it might just be the perfect little skim spot.

Now I’m sorry, but I cannot divulge any of my secret Puget Sound skim spots because frankly I can’t trust ya’ll with that information. I’ll tell you what though, I’ll bargain with you. Chambers Creek, specifically Lower Chambers Creek Canyon Trail. There is little trail head/pull off on Chambers Creek Rd. after the hill before the Chambers Creek Wastewater Plant. Park your car and follow the trail all the way back. You may have to wade out into the creek, over a log or two and then get ready to be blessed.

Park at the trail head, heading South on Chambers Creek Rd. if you hit the Wastewater Treatment Plant you went to far.

The creek opens into the dankest skimboarding oasis. Water at the perfect depth for the area coverage of probably more than two full basketball courts. This place is heaven on skim-able water man. There may even be a rail or feature or two left out from previous skim competitions or skim boarders if you’re lucky. There are usually some super cool dudes and dude-ettes in the skim area, follow protocol, hop in line, wait your turn, and keep the frisbee’s out of the god damn skim area!

Kobayahi Park has some great trail hiking for those on the other end of the Chambers Creek trail. Upper Chambers Creek Canyon Trailhead is a good place to look up for some quick nature without venturing too far from the Tacoma area. If you know how to look up places on Google, you should be able to locate this quaint little trail blazing spot no problemo.

Whether were skim boarding, disc golfing, hiking or whatever our outdoor recreational activity of choice, remember our #1 goal is to have fun. Safe and responsible fun can go hand in hand with marijuana use, and I know I don’t have to convince you guys this, sometimes we do have to convince the naysayers of this, just remember that and keep it cool and responsible while were out and about in our state’s beautiful public areas. I’ll leave you guys with a classic quote and a little subliminal message to remember to stop by Tacoma House of Cannabis on your next adventure, Mathew McConaughey’s character from Dazed and Confused…

“Say, man, you got a joint?”

“No, not on me, man.”

“It’d be a lot cooler if you did.”

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