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Strain review: Blue Dream from The Green House Durango

Ahh, good ol’ Blue Dream — the beloved strain of stoners everywhere. We love this blueberry-smellin’, fruity-tastin’ bud, and because we’re the luckiest weed fanatics of all time, we get to review this strain this week for The Green House Durango.

You may be familiar with Blue Dream. After all, this strain is basically...


Strain review: Cosmic Railway from The Green House Durango

Have you ever smoked a strain that calmed you enough to make your brain stop running on a hamster wheel? Yeah, I’m sure you have. Lots of strains will do that. But have you ever smoked a strain that not only calmed your brain but also kicked your productivity into high gear AT THE SAME TIME?

If the answer to my query...


Strain review: Flo Limone from The Green House

Hey, you. You got a bunch of junk to do and no motivation to do it? Well, well, well. Do I have a fix for you. It’s called Flo Limone, and it is basically the equivalent of drinking 14 summer Red Bulls (the best flavor ever, which is why it’s sold out everywhere).

We’re reviewing Flo Limone this week for The Green...


Strain review: Guelah OG from The Green House Durango

Guys. I know we’ve said this before, but I’ll say it again: the peeps at The Green House are definitely trying to kill us with their very potent weed. And we’re all about it!

Confused? Well, let’s start off with a pretty little strain called Guelah OG.

It all began very innocently. We were picking up our next...


Strain review: Morning Dew from the Green House Durango

The other night I got so high that I thought someone on the (very classy) reality show I was watching called the woman he was dating his Beyonce. He did not, in fact, refer to his significant other as his Beyonce, as you may have gathered. He called her his fiance, which made a hell of a lot more sense once I figured it...


Searching for a socially-distanced breakfast at the Durango Farmers Market

If you’re looking for more places to get ready-to-eat food and you’re willing to leave your house before noon on a Saturday, the Durango Farmers Market has returned.

Obviously, it’s more well known as the place where you go to get local meat and produce, but there are also several vendors who sell baked goods,...

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Strain review: Pipe Dream from The Green House Durango

Have you ever gotten so high that you lose touch with reality? Like, you conjure up an entire fake conversation in your mind and then inexplicably answer your own nonsensical questions? Yeah, me too — and it was all thanks to Pipe Dream, a strain from The Green House in Durango.

It’s odd, though, that this strain was...


Strain review: Bubble Gum Skunk

As I’ve refined my taste for weed, I’ve come to realize I prefer sativas much more than indicas. Indicas tend to make me paranoid and couch-locked to the point where I think if I move gravity will completely take over and stomp me into the ground. However, my preconceived notions were recently challenged, and it’s all thanks...


Does Bigfoot stalk the Four Corners?

It was the early 1990s when Brenda Harris had her first face-to-face encounter with the unknown.

On a hot summer night, Harris had the windows open in her mobile home in Upper Fruitland, on the west side of Farmington, where the metropolitan area spills onto the Navajo Nation. Her husband had left home about 30 minutes...


The Ardent Nova decarboxylator is a cannabis product you never knew you needed

The first time I tried to decarboxylate some cannabis flower and infuse oil I almost burned down my house. I’m not exaggerating, either — I really did. I’d read online that you can infuse oil on the stove using very low heat, so I loaded a pan with coconut oil, cannabis, and a few drops of water.

Needless to say, the...


Strain Review: Ice Cream Cake from The Green House Durango

Indicas tend to go two ways for me. Either I’m a paranoid mess who can’t move and is convinced everyone knows I’m high, or I’m a sleepy mess who can’t move and knows everyone else knows I’m high but doesn’t care. I much prefer the latter and was thankful to come across a strain this week that didn’t lead me down the Boulevard...


Steak, the Strater, and self-dating: Living it up in quarantine

Unlike many Coloradans, I tend to hibernate through the winter. During those short days and long, cold nights, I sit indoors, planning out the rest of the year. And spring 2020 was going to rock. There were food and beer festivals to go to, live music to enjoy, and even movies to look forward to seeing at the...

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