first off we arrived during business hours, but they had a closed sign up. A dreadlocked employee came up and said they were probably weighing new inventory and they would not be able to open until it was in the computer. when we were finally served, i was sad to realize everything on their menu is for medical patients with a card. 21+ folks like me and my group could only choose from 3 strains and a handful of edibles. The rest of the stock was reserved for med patients(concentrates, hash pens, more edibles, and strains). i gotan edible with 100mg thc for 35 bucks donation (eff me right?!?) but figured i wanted the experience of finally getting stuff legally. I called the shop the next day to ask what the dose is, i explained i have a high tolerance with bud AND edibles. her name was Stephanie(dread locked girl) and she was extremely rude and basically tried to make me feel stupid for asking such a question.. I took 50mg (half) the first day after boarding all day, felt maybe a little happy, thats all. The next day i took the rest on the mountain while boarding and it maybe made my legs a little more fatigued than usual. It was a complete waste. The quality of the bud was good, nothing phenomenal. $75 donation for 3.5 g for retail customers. I get better quality for less back in OH. We donated 183 for 6.5 g of bud and one candy bar. Overall I would not recommend this shop. I went strictly for the experience since I have contacts around the mountain that can get it for me for way cheaper. I would skip this store, get it from a local around the mountain/resort. Wait for the other shops to open up as retail and try them first.