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Post by macky » Sat 29th Sep 2018 10:59 pm

Tonight will be last run in the corn fields of Ontario. Growing outdoors has been a large part of my life for over 32 years now .( What a long strange trip it,s been ) guy I knew said that a lot :lol:
Any how I digress :D Do to life and the fact the missus got her dream job it time to move.
The fact that legalization is less then 20 days away ,the price has dropped so much 8) and crazy at the same time. Fate seems to be pushing us along ,I will loose my right to grow medical,under new law I move I will need to start to reapply every year and get doctors signature. Even with the right to grow 66 plants indoors hard to make any real money these days , I have lots of freinds who have done nothing but grow for every and are a little scared on how they will eat.
Thank god I have a trade as a stonemason ...life is good. After I move I will still be able to grow 4 plants like all Canadians after oct.17th :mrgreen: Ok time to suit up grap the dog and head out in to the dark night :mrgreen: All commercial grower,s work in the night here ...power,s cheaper :D

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Re: Turn the page

Post by Willjay » Sun 30th Sep 2018 12:11 am

don't know if I should be sad or happy for you, but change is good :mrgreen: have fun with your new life 8)

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Post by Kermit » Sun 30th Sep 2018 09:02 am

At least you got the 4 and probably the best developing scene in the world at the moment. Enjoy, onwards and upwards. :mrgreen:

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Re: Turn the page

Post by AzLaker » Sun 30th Sep 2018 02:17 pm

I hope what happened up in Canada, continues in the U.S. :mrgreen:

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