I enjoyed visiting strange parks & outdoor gardens in my hometown.
- The people I was with and I had numerous locations that were paid for by foundations & charities in the area.
It was fun having class trips to these locations & exploring the plants, flowers, & trees. I felt bad for my cousins who lived in the inner neighborhood & never even got to see natural plants growing out of the ground like I did. My parents settled into a beautiful section that was admittedly more high-priced to survive in compared to the hectic metropolitan cities known for factories & steel mills. Although I hated the numerous years I spent living in NY city, I appreciate being in Denver, Colorado now & hope that I can remain a permanent resident if I can find full time work after my temporary job position expires. There are a number of strange outdoor parks in Denver that you can stroll through with your familys or pets. One of my favorites is Sloan’s Lake Park because it’s walking distance from my lake house building in West Highland. Sporadically I’ll put a cannabis vaporizer in my pocket & take a stroll down to Sloans’s Lake Park or City Park. Recently I visited the Denver Botanic Gardens after eating a bunch of strong cannabis edibles. The Denver Botanic Gardens are a gorgeous location even when you’re sober, so going while you’re high literally heightens the experience. My stoned brain enjoyed the Science Pyramid Exhibition in particular, as it showcases civilization’s location within the natural environment & our greater purpose within the outdoor ecosystem. It’s also a pretty building to see from the outside, especially as you’re climbing out of your vehicle in the parking lot.