“I've been to this shop several times now, in addition to several other shops in the area so that I can compare and see what Kitsap County has to offer in the area of medicinal marijuana, both as far as stuff to smoke and and stuff to eat. This one is my favorite so far. I like a lot of things about the place, like how it's next to a VW shop, and the way the light blinks in the window-it reminds me of how businesses were run back in the 80's, with the bright colors everywhere except on computer screens, which were basically just glorified typewriters. Maybe it's just because I was ages 3-13 in the 80's, but that's all I really remember...oh yeah, and rubik's cubes. Or is it just one cube? I guess it kinda sounds like Rubik has multiple cubes, which I don't even know why you'd want more than one since you only have two hands anyway. It's like owning more than one Kindle, I mean really-what's the point? So once you go inside, the shop is really nicely lit. There's a nice sitting area with couches, much like women's restrooms used to be at JC Penny's. Does anyone know what the JC stands for in "JC Penny's"? Because all I can think of is Jesus Christ, but maybe just because I grew up Catholic and I spend a lot of time feeling guilty. I also really like candles. I don't know if this is because I grew up Catholic, or because one of my ex girlfriends really loved them. The staff in this shop is really pretty knowledgeable-usually you ask people about weed and you end up in a long conversation about why garlic grows better with sun. They actually have root beer barrel flavored gummies, which are a lovely throwback to my childhood, minus the medicinal ingredients, of course, I mean my parents were hippies, but not that kind of hippie. I've left every experience in this shop feeling like I received a great deal, and the staff has always treated me wonderfully, like the time I was in a Menards Hardware Store and I just needed one screw, but it was a kinda hard to find screw and they just kept looking and looking until we found the one we needed together. I'm planning on stopping by tomorrow. To this store, not Menards. If you know anything about the Midwest, you know that's where Menards is, so I couldn't just hop in the car and go there like I can to this shop.
Yeah, pretty good stuff.”