Ahoy Sailor! The legendary Seattle Boat Show is coming to town January 28th through February 4th. So if it floats, you’ll find it at CenturyLink Field. Over a thousand canoes, dories, paddle boards, super yachts, river boats, pond skippers, party barges, little dinghies, and just about everything else made for the water will be on hand!
“Moby Dick is truly a white whale of weed. Literally! It’s a cross between White Widow, an indica-dominant hybrid and Haze, a strong sativa and a great smoke in its own right. With its blazing THC content, Moby Dick will have you going full Ahab at the first puff !”
Before you set sail to the boat show, drift on into Greenside! With locations in Seattle and Des Moines/Seatac, Greenside should be your first port of call when it comes to cannabis.
Just like Greenside Seattle–Des Moines has a couple locations to serve you better, so does the Seattle Boat Show! The main indoor area will be down at Century Link Field while the “afloat” section will be located at Chandler’s Cove at South Lake Union. That’s a lot of space in between, but Greenside has just what you need to fill some of it! How about some nautical themed buds?
Moby Dick is truly a white whale of weed. Literally! It’s a cross between White Widow, an indica-dominant hybrid and Haze, a strong sativa and a great smoke in its own right. Moby Dick will have you going full Ahab at the first puff with its blazing THC content!
If you’re dreaming of sailing the deep blue sea in one of the hundreds of boats on display at this year’s Seattle Boat Show perhaps a little Blue Dream is what you need! A sativa dominant hybrid that never fails to disappoint, Blue Dream brings a pleasant balance of full body relaxation and neural simulation. It’s no surprise that this strain has long been a favorite both in the recreational and medical marijuana communities.
Greenside Seattle-Des Moines offers a multitude of marijuana strains and a friendly, knowledgeable staff that can help you plot a cannabis-infused course for the Seattle Boat Show this year.
Get this craziness! Not one, but two Guiness Book of World Records attempts will be made at this year’s Seattle Boat Show: The world record for knot tying and the world record for origami fish! Now I know you’re going to wanna make a visit to Greenside Seattle-Des Moines on your way to watch it all go down! Check out out the official Seattle Boat Show site for more details. You may even be able to participate in these surely historic events