Really kickass spots to smoke pot and enjoy the view...


In Between Man
#61
Quote: Originally Posted by betseygirlView Post

yes?

Why did you put a question mark after your response? Now I don't know if you know or if you're think you might know. hehehe

Anywayz, on 19th street, by GB park, you walk north to this neighborhood, and they have this patch of forest separating them from Lynn Valley. In the dead centre of the this patch of wood is a clearing. There's a rock face to climb, and a flat area for a bonfire. It's called God's chair, cuz the land is shaped like a chair. A very large chair, one the God might sit in. You just gotta see it. I'll take pics and post them.
 
DichotoMe
#62
THIS IS MY NEW FAVORITE THREAD!
Spots around my road, the Cabot Trail:

http://static.panoramio.com/photos/original/835254.jpg
View of Pollet's Cove, this is a great spot for Aurora Borealis. Its also a 6 hour hike in.

http://static.panoramio.com/photos/original/948549.jpg
View up Pollet's Cove Valley

http://farm1.static.flickr.com/24/92...847f02.jpg?v=0
Skyline Trail, the road in the background is the Cabot Trail.

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Margaree.

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Glooscaps Fairy Hole, the caves are fun.
 
In Between Man
#63
Radar hill viewpoint in Tofino, BC. (external - login to view)

No Security whatsoever, and few other civilians, so I was free to take my medicine.
Free parking.
Awesome view. Tofino is tucked in there somewhere.

Go to link, go to btm of page, scroll horizontally, you'll get a better idea.

Last edited by In Between Man; Aug 26th, 2009 at 12:42 AM..Reason: cuz
 
In Between Man
#64
Now, let me tell ya. If you like really kickass spots to smoke pot and enjoy the view, then you would love to hike around Mt. Washington for an afternoon!

This whole area is covered in extensive trails leading right through God's country. Forested areas with large, medium and small clearings covered in lush grass. Several little streams, creeks, and ponds that had cutthroat trout in them. All which leads to a beautiful lake!

And once again, no security whatsoever, and few other hikers.

 
pgs
#65
Quote: Originally Posted by alleywayzalwayzView Post

Radar hill viewpoint in Tofino, BC. (external - login to view)

No Security whatsoever, and few other civilians, so I was free to take my medicine.
Free parking.
Awesome view. Tofino is tucked in there somewhere.

Go to link, go to btm of page, scroll horizontally, you'll get a better idea.

Parking is not free,in Pacific Rim National Park.
 
In Between Man
#66
Quote: Originally Posted by pgsView Post

Parking is not free,in Pacific Rim National Park.

Sorry, my bad. I forgot that my long beach parking ticket from earlier in the day covered it. Thx.
 
pgs
#67
No worry.Chances are you can park there for free most times anyway.
It is a beautiful spot though.
There is nothing wrong with Lynn Valley either,Norvan Falls are worth the walk.
IMHO!
 
In Between Man
#68
Quote: Originally Posted by pgsView Post

No worry.Chances are you can park there for free most times anyway.
It is a beautiful spot though.
There is nothing wrong with Lynn Valley either,Norvan Falls are worth the walk.
IMHO!

Oh yes, I just love Lynn HeadWaters. I have a couple of spots far up river where I can take off my clothes and get down and dirty with nature. Its usually deserted, its at the actual falls that I was surprised how many people were there. When I was at the falls I had hike further up to get away from others, found another great spot though.
Last edited by In Between Man; Aug 28th, 2009 at 01:09 AM..Reason: ads
 
karrie
#69
Kick *** spot to smoke pot and enjoy the view.... my hot tub.
 
In Between Man
#70
Quote: Originally Posted by karrieView Post

Kick *** spot to smoke pot and enjoy the view.... my hot tub.

Man I wish I had a hot tub!!!

But if I had one I would probably not go out adventuring looking for and finding really kickass spots to smoke pot and enjoy the view
 
karrie
#71
Quote: Originally Posted by alleywayzalwayzView Post

Man I wish I had a hot tub!!!

But if I had one I would probably not go out adventuring looking for and finding really kickass spots to smoke pot and enjoy the view

lol... this is true.

It's one of the compromises we made when we had kids. You can't really take off in the evenings the same.
 
taxslave
#72
Pretty much anyplace in the mountains in B.C. is good , clothing is optional subject to mosquitoes and weather and most places there is no parking fee except in parks. Karrie in the hot tub would be a good view too.
 
coldstream
#73
Try Main Street, Vancouver, a block or two below Hastings. Nice view of the Harbour, and uhh.. Vancouver POLICE Headquarters.. give some promising young constable his first collar.
 
Cliffy
#74
Quote: Originally Posted by coldstreamView Post

Try Main Street, Vancouver, a block or two below Hastings. Nice view of the Harbour, and uhh.. Vancouver POLICE Headquarters.. give some promising young constable his first collar.

There is only one authority - yourself. Anybody else who claims to have authority over you is playing the fear game but you don't have to play it. Obviously, Coldstream, you need to have others have authority over your life but not all of us do. If you want to believe in the lie of separation, you go right ahead. There is no love in that state of being, only in oneness. People are free as long as they don't play the game of us and them.

It riles them to believe that you perceive the web they weave,
So keep on thinking free!
- the Moody Blues
 
coldstream
#75
Quote: Originally Posted by CliffyView Post

There is only one authority - yourself. Anybody else who claims to have authority over you is playing the fear game but you don't have to play it. Obviously, Coldstream, you need to have others have authority over your life but not all of us do. If you want to believe in the lie of separation, you go right ahead. There is no love in that state of being, only in oneness. People are free as long as they don't play the game of us and them.

It riles them to believe that you perceive the web they weave,
So keep on thinking free! - the Moody Blues


How cosmicly opaque, cliffy.

As i've said before i guess the rest of trapped in the chimeras of religious or civil institutional order can only look on in wonder at your achievement of oneness.. with the cosmos.
Last edited by coldstream; Aug 28th, 2009 at 02:14 PM..
 
lone wolf
#76
Quote: Originally Posted by coldstreamView Post

How cosmicly opaque, cliffy.

As i've said before i guess the rest of trapped in the chimeras of religious or civil institutional order can only look on envy at your achievement of oneness.. with the cosmos.

To paraphrase Robin Williams: I have never encountered a man in such dire need of a BJ....
 
coldstream
#77
Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

To paraphrase Robin Williams: I have never encountered a man in such dire need of a BJ....

How did we get from doobies to bjs, you can get arrested for that down on East Hastings as well, if you're so inclined, lone wolf..
 
lone wolf
#78
Quote: Originally Posted by coldstreamView Post

How did we get from doobies to bjs, you can get arrested for that down on East Hastings as well, if you're so inclined, lone wolf..

Naw ... they're only wrong in your world - wherever that may be
 
In Between Man
#79
How 'bout overlooking a farmers field in Fort Langley?

Last edited by In Between Man; Sep 1st, 2009 at 12:18 AM..Reason: ads
 
Cliffy
#80
Quote: Originally Posted by alleywayzalwayzView Post

How 'bout a farmers field in Fort Langley?

Ahh Yesss! The fragrant aroma of freshly spread manure!
 
In Between Man
#81
Quote: Originally Posted by CliffyView Post

Ahh Yesss! The fragrant aroma of freshly spread manure!

you can't tell by this pic, but I have two foam ear plugs crammed into my nostrils...
 
Ron in Regina
#82
I very rarely touch the stuff any more ('bout once a year here):



But keeping with the theme of this Thread, this looks like a good spot:



Or:

 
karrie
#83
no way... those big scary dogs would make me super paranoid. lol.
 
In Between Man
#84
Quote: Originally Posted by Ron in ReginaView Post

I very rarely touch the stuff any more ('bout once a year here):

Is that pics of your property? Or do you trespass once a year to some poor chaps farm and pluck a lil bud from his shed?
 
Ron in Regina
#85
Quote: Originally Posted by karrieView Post

no way... those big scary dogs would make me super paranoid. lol.


Really? Not me....but these would make me paranoid (post-Doobie I guess):

















And speaking of "post-Doobie," this one is doing nothing (or something?)
for Bush Jr.

Last edited by Ron in Regina; Sep 1st, 2009 at 02:00 AM..Reason: typo
 
In Between Man
#86
haha LMAO! those are awesome! esp the cat in mid air with the handgun! brilliant I tell ya! Thanks Ron!
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In Between Man
#87
The partial view from the Burrad Street Bridge, downtown Vancouver, BC.

haha, there's a lot of people around plus security cameras. But if you just HOLD IT like its a cigarette and act like your a tourist taking pics, then all is well.

Last edited by In Between Man; Sep 1st, 2009 at 01:06 AM..Reason: ads
 
Ron in Regina
#88
Really kickass spots to smoke pot and enjoy the view???

This place? Not so good, but might as well spark one up anyway...

 
In Between Man
#89
Quote: Originally Posted by Ron in ReginaView Post

Really kickass spots to smoke pot and enjoy the view???

This place? Not so good, but might as well spark one up anyway...

That or dart for that rifle!
 
Cliffy
#90
Quote: Originally Posted by alleywayzalwayzView Post

That or dart for that rifle!

That big boy is either curious or the guy can kiss his *** good bye. He wouldn't get anywhere near that rifle. It truly is an "Oh Crap!" moment.
 

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