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Black Mountain Herb Part 2

2496 words - 10 pages

Looking up, aware That I had lost the thread and a few moments in quiet reflection, I stood.Having already lost a few guests as they harvested their plant, I spoke to the others. They looked typical for this stage. Most were incredibly stoned, running an eye over the small silvered containers of weed I could see why.Oh well, isn't that what the love of weed is all about?"Friends, this is where your tour becomes decidedly different."Grinning I walked into the approximate centre of them, the people being stoners, politeness took over and they quieted down a lot, not that they were boisterous. This is the Blue Mountain farm. Not Bushed Gardens."We think your visit here should be fun. And tours I have taken where I followed someone around for three hours then left without having a chance to look at exactly what I wanted to look at were always Not Fun to me"My arm idly touching at different points about the farm as I spoke."I can highly recommend a smoke by the trout outside, the weather is good. There is also a stair to the highest point on the farm. The sunsets are awesome up there. The farm property is clearly marked, please stay on it, and if you see a bear, be polite!"Nervous laughter greeted that comment. Well this is Wyoming and many of our visitors just have no idea of what is walking around a real mountain forest. I figured it is not my place to keep people safe, but they do need to be told. It is not surprising, most folks stick to the manicured areas. But we do not make decisions for other people here.You see, we figure that is what caused the drug war and all of that uncounted pain.Some people wanting to tell others how to live. Don't figure it is an idea that will ever work, but it is always tried.People began to scatter after being asked not to enter private dwellings. Not a thing we ever really have to worry about. There is an air of peace about the farm, we have absolutely no incidents up here.We did have one baby brought to the world in the middle of the workshop. That spot has a large bong shaped by our Glassblower, a memorial with a picture of the babe engraved in thre glass. It seems she helped deliver. My wife and a few others were there at the time too. I can tell you one thing. That kid will never need to worry about College.Walking into the said workshop, I got comfortable.I mean, Stoners were never known for conformity were we?When the original artisan asked for room and board, I had to build a workshop. The artisans all wanted a log cabin, and that seems to fit the place. Sitting in a comfortabls chair next to a low burning iron stove, I sipped a cup of coffee. The heavy yellow Pine roofbeam running into the main area, a soft light kind of straying from the various work areas.They had left it very medievil. Sure, air lines and electric tools were everywhere. But there is also an small bellows and fireplace. Our Silver Smith is a bit traditional.People were looking at items, talkng to the craftspeople.A spark of light caught...

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